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20201115 17:53:00 +0200  commented question  Sage 9.2 on macOS 10.15.7 not working with conda method, either The complete set of commands I used:
I now see command line prompt (in Terminal with zsh): (sage) [~] % AHA! If I execute command "jupyter notebook" it opens the expected jupyter front end in Safari and allows me to use the Sage 9.2 kernel for evaluation. And now executing in Terminal command "sage" does start sage at the commandline. (Not sure what I did wrong last time: when then I issued command "sage", that command was not found. 
20201113 02:14:26 +0200  commented answer  Sage 9.2 on macOS 10.15.7 not working with conda method, either As I said, after issuing command "conda activate sage", I did  in that same Terminal session  issue command "sage", which gave the "command not found: sage" error! 
20201112 02:15:34 +0200  asked a question  Sage 9.2 on macOS 10.15.7 not working with conda method, either Along with others, I've reported that Sage 9.2 will not work on macOS because of a missing openssl. I tried the method using a conda environment described in https://groups.google.com/g/sagedeve... and at https://doc.sagemath.org/html/en/inst... but it doesn't work:
That seemed to be OK, and using "conda activate sage" did open a sage conda environment. BUT:

20201110 05:19:08 +0200  asked a question  How get openssl with python 3 for macOS Sage 9.2? I just installed the app version of Sage 9.2 under macOS Catalina (10.15.7), to replace Sage 9.1 which had been working perfectly. Starting Sage 9.2 opens file:///Applications/SageMath9.2.app/Contents/Resources/loadingpage.html in Safari, but then it hangs. Viewing the log shows:
What exactly do I do about openssl? I already have the MacPorts openssl @1.1.1h_0. My default python3 is from the Anaconda distribution, and I used the conda command to install openssl, and the Anaconda environment includes both openssl 1.1.1h and pyopenssl 19.1.0. QUESTION: What more do I need to do, and how? Is there some way that I need to install openssl into the sage environment, too, and if so, how? Even if I take care of that, then how would I use the "sage f python3 command": if I try to execute, e.g., "/Applications/SageMath9.2.app/Contents/MacOS/sage help", that tries again to start the server, but the openssl problem prevents it from opening  which means that once I did (somehow) get the openssl requirement satisfied, I don't know how to get the command "sage f python3" to work. Seems like a "Catch 22"! I never had any openssl problem with Sage 9.1 (or earlier versions, either). 
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20200614 17:22:58 +0200  commented answer  How allow renaming SageMathx.y.app to SageMath.app for sagetex That works! Thank you. 
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20200614 17:01:43 +0200  commented answer  How allow renaming SageMathx.y.app to SageMath.app for sagetex Aha! So does it suffice to just delete 
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20200614 16:51:53 +0200  asked a question  How allow renaming SageMathx.y.app to SageMath.app for sagetex When using the That works just fine to use However, once the renaming is done, the app itself no longer works! Once I open the renamed SageMath.app, I get a popup error message "Juypyter Server failed to start...", and inspecting the log reveals: Apparently access to Is there some workaround so that one can both use 
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20200105 21:44:20 +0200  commented question  SageMath 9.0 app macOS: jupyter server fails to start Note that I can first start sage in Terminal (by executing there /Applications/SageMath9.0app/sage) Terminal, then from the sage command line execute: !sage n jupyter 
20200105 20:35:42 +0200  asked a question  SageMath 9.0 app macOS: jupyter server fails to start When I open SageMath9.0.app under macOS Catallina (10.15.2), I get an immediate popup error window saying, "Jupyter Server failed to start". The log shows: However, I can get the Jupyter server to start with an indirect method that was never required in earlier versions of SageMathx.x.app, namely: In Finder, Show package contents for SageMath9.0.app. Navigate in Finder to Contents/MacOS. Doubleclick Sage. That both starts the server and opens the expected client window in Safari, from which I can open and evaluate cells in an existing notebook or create a new SageMath 9.0 notebook. So something that used to be "hooked up" between the SageMathx.x.app and the command to start the jupyter server has been broken with 9.0. 
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20150514 20:56:30 +0200  asked a question  Sage 6.6 link to compressed docs file broken Is there some other place to download the entire compressed archive of Sage 6.6 documentation? The usual link "You can download the entire standard documentation as a compressed file: download." at http://www.sagemath.org/help.html#Sag... is broken: that link just takes you to the page http://doc.sagemath.org/#download with all the individual file download links. 