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#1 Le 08/09/2012, à 11:37

frodonsfr

mise à jour sageMath

Bonjour,
depuis l'installation de sagemath sous Ubuntu 12.04 j'ai une mise à jour qui renvoie un message d'erreur

installArchives() failed: Setting up sagemath-upstream-binary (5.0.1) ...
Running Sage once as root to set paths
Error: environment variable $HOME is not set.
Error setting environment variables by sourcing '/usr/lib/sage/spkg/bin/sage-env';
possibly contact sage-devel (see http://groups.google.com/group/sage-devel).
dpkg: error processing sagemath-upstream-binary (--configure):
 subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1
No apport report written because MaxReports is reached already
Errors were encountered while processing:
 sagemath-upstream-binary
Error in function: 
Setting up sagemath-upstream-binary (5.0.1) ...
Running Sage once as root to set paths
Error: environment variable $HOME is not set.
Error setting environment variables by sourcing '/usr/lib/sage/spkg/bin/sage-env';
possibly contact sage-devel (see http://groups.google.com/group/sage-devel).
dpkg: error processing sagemath-upstream-binary (--configure):
 subprocess installed post-installation script returned error exit status 1
Errors were encountered while processing:
 sagemath-upstream-binary

J'ai essayé d'aller voir le fichier /usr/lib/sage/spkg/bin/sage-env, mais cela dépasse mes (maigres) compétences.
Si vous pouviez m'aider, merci d'avance.

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#2 Le 08/09/2012, à 11:58

Bouib

Re : mise à jour sageMath

bonjour,
un petit :
cat /usr/lib/sage/spkg/bin/sage-env
dans un terminal, sinon tu peux aussi demandeer des précisions à https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgr … sage-devel smile


Amd 64 2xCore Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx Gnome compiz emerald vienna azenis green slicknessblack aeroion cairo-dock :) "Je suis ce que je suis grâce à ce que nous sommes tous"

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#3 Le 08/09/2012, à 12:29

frodonsfr

Re : mise à jour sageMath

En fait, j'arrive à lire le contenu de ce fichier, mais je ne vois pas quoi faire.
Je vais essayer ton groupe, mais c'est en anglais.

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#4 Le 08/09/2012, à 13:41

Bouib

Re : mise à jour sageMath

lol tu peux déjà poster le résultat de ce cat smile


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#5 Le 08/09/2012, à 15:43

frodonsfr

Re : mise à jour sageMath

Ok.
Voici la partie qui semble concernée et la totalité du fichier.

# Check that $HOME exists
if [ "$HOME" = "" ]; then
    echo >&2 'Error: environment variable $HOME is not set.'
    return 1
fi
if ! [ -d "$HOME" ]; then
    echo >&2 "Error: HOME directory '$HOME' does not exist."
    return 1
fi
# -*- shell-script -*-

###########################################################################
#
#  Set environment variables for building and/or running Sage.
#  You must *source* this instead of executing; see below!
#
#  IMPORTANT: use "return" instead of "exit" to signal a failure when
#             sourcing this script.  An "exit" here will actually exit
#             spkg/bin/sage, which is probably not intented.
#
#  AUTHORS:   William Stein                            2005-12
#             David Kirkby <david.kirkby@onetel.net>   2005-12-17
#
###########################################################################

##########################################################################
#
#  If you want to set all environment variables for your shell like
#  they are during the build of Sage packages, type
#
#             source spkg/bin/sage-env
#
#  from the SAGE_ROOT directory.   To do the same from a /bin/bash
#  script use ". spkg/bin/sage-env".
#
##########################################################################


# Resolve all symbolic links in a filename.  This more or less behaves
# like "readlink -f" except that it does not convert the filename to an
# absolute path (a relative path remains relative), nor does it treat
# "." or ".." specially.
#
# AUTHOR: Jeroen Demeyer (2011-08-23): Trac tickets #5852 and #11704
#
resolvelinks() {
    # $in is what still needs to be converted (normally has no starting slash)
    in="$1"
    # $out is the part which is converted (normally ends with trailing slash)
    out="./"

    # Move stuff from $in to $out
    while [ -n "$in" ]; do
        # Normalize $in by replacing consecutive slashes by one slash
        while { in_single_slash=${in//\/\//\/}; [ "$in" != "$in_single_slash" ]; }; do
            in=$in_single_slash
        done

        # If $in starts with a slash, remove it and set $out to the root
        in_without_slash=${in/#\//}
        if [ "$in" != "$in_without_slash" ]; then
            in=$in_without_slash
            out="/"
            continue
        fi

        # Check that the directory $out exists by trying to cd to it.
        # If this fails, then cd will show an error message (unlike
        # test -d "$out"), so no need to be more verbose.
        ( cd "$out" ) || return $?


        # Get the first component of $in
        f=${in%%/*}

        # If it is not a symbolic link, simply move it to $out
        if [ ! -L "$out$f" ]; then
            in=${in#"$f"}
            out="$out$f"

            # If the new $in starts with a slash, move it to $out
            in_without_slash=${in/#\//}
            if [ "$in" != "$in_without_slash" ]; then
                in=$in_without_slash
                out="$out/"
            fi
            continue
        fi

        # Now resolve the symbolic link "$f"
        f_resolved=`readlink -n "$out$f" 2>/dev/null`
        status=$?
        # status 127 means readlink could not be found.
        if [ $status -eq 127 ]; then
            # We don't have "readlink", try a stupid "ls" hack instead.
            # This will fail if we have filenames like "a -> b".
            fls=`ls -l "$out$f" 2>/dev/null`
            status=$?
            f_resolved=${fls##*-> }

            # If $fls equals $f_resolved, then certainly
            # something is wrong
            if [ $status -eq 0 -a "$fls" = "$f_resolved" ]; then
                echo >&2 "Cannot parse output from ls -l '$out$f'"
                return 1
            fi
        fi
        if [ $status -ne 0 ]; then
            echo >&2 "Cannot read symbolic link '$out$f'"
            return $status
        fi

        # In $in, replace $f by $f_resolved (leave $out alone)
        in=${in/#"$f"/"$f_resolved"}
    done

    # Return $out
    echo "$out"
}


# New value for SAGE_ROOT: either SAGE_ROOT (if given)
# or a guessed value based on pwd.
if [ -n "$SAGE_ROOT" ]; then
    NEW_SAGE_ROOT="$SAGE_ROOT"
elif [ -f sage -a -d spkg ]; then
    NEW_SAGE_ROOT="."
elif [ -f ../../sage -a -d ../../spkg ]; then
    NEW_SAGE_ROOT="../.."
else
    # No idea what SAGE_ROOT should be...
    echo >&2 "Error: You must set the SAGE_ROOT environment variable or run this"
    echo >&2 "script from the SAGE_ROOT or SAGE_ROOT/local/bin/ directory."
    return 1
fi

# Make NEW_SAGE_ROOT absolute
NEW_SAGE_ROOT=`cd "$NEW_SAGE_ROOT" && pwd -P`

# Sanity check NEW_SAGE_ROOT
if [ -f "$NEW_SAGE_ROOT/sage" -a -d "$NEW_SAGE_ROOT/spkg" ]; then
    :
else
    echo >&2 "Error: SAGE_ROOT is set to a bad value:"
    echo >&2 "SAGE_ROOT=$SAGE_ROOT"
    echo >&2 "You must correct it or erase it and run this script from the SAGE_ROOT"
    echo >&2 "or SAGE_ROOT/local/bin/ directory."
    return 1
fi

# Warn if NEW_SAGE_ROOT does not equal the old SAGE_ROOT
if [ "$SAGE_ROOT" != "$NEW_SAGE_ROOT" -a -n "$SAGE_ROOT" ]; then
    echo >&2 "Warning: overwriting SAGE_ROOT environment variable:"
    echo >&2 "Old SAGE_ROOT=$SAGE_ROOT"
    echo >&2 "New SAGE_ROOT=$NEW_SAGE_ROOT"
fi

# Don't execute the commands more than once.  Check this after
# checking the validity of SAGE_ROOT, but before modifying its value.
#
# NOTE: This requires all environment variables to be exported, otherwise
#       they won't be available / set in subshells which do not (fully)
#       source sage-env themselves.
if [ "x$SAGE_ENV_SOURCED" = "x" ]; then
    SAGE_ENV_SOURCED=1
    export SAGE_ENV_SOURCED
else
    # Already sourced, nothing to do.
    return 0
fi

SAGE_ROOT="$NEW_SAGE_ROOT"
export SAGE_ROOT


# Call with: contains_spaces X${VAR}X
# i.e., WITHOUT quotes but some character(s) around the environment variable to test.
# (This function does return false for empty/unset variables.)

contains_spaces()
{
    if [ $# -ne 1 ]; then
        return 0 # true
    else
        return 1 # false
    fi
}


if contains_spaces X${SAGE_ROOT}X ; then
    echo "Error: The path to the Sage directory (\$SAGE_ROOT) MUST NOT contain spaces."
    echo "It is currently \"$SAGE_ROOT\"."
    echo "Please correct this by moving Sage (or renaming one or more directories) first."
    echo "Exiting now..."
    return 1
fi


if [ 1 = 2 ]; then
    echo "The following enviroment variables can be set by the user"
    echo "AR          The archiver (e.g. ar, /usr/ccs/bin/ar or /usr/bin/ar)"
    echo "AS          The assembler (e.g. as, /usr/ccs/bin/as or /usr/bin/as)"
    echo "CC          The C compiler (e.g cc, /opt/SUNWspro/bin/cc or /usr/bin/gcc)"
    echo "CFLAGS      Flag(s) for the C compiler (e.g.  -g -Wall -O2)"
    echo "            (You are advised to a some optimisation flag(s), such as -O2 or -xO2 to CFLAGS)"
    echo "CXX         The C++ compiler (e.g g++, /opt/SUNWspro/bin/CC or /usr/local/bin/g++)"
    echo "CXXFLAGS    Flag(s) for the C++ compiler (e.g. -fast -fsimple=1 -x04)"
    echo "LD          The linker (e.g. ld, /usr/ccs/bin/ld or /usr/bin/ld)"
    echo "LDFLAGS     Linker flag(s) (e.g. -D token)"
    echo "LN          Used to make links (e.g. ln, /usr/xpg4/bin/ln or /usr/bin/ln)"
    echo "MAKE        The make program (e.g. make, /usr/bin/make or /usr/local/bin/gmake)"
    echo "MAKEFLAGS   Flag(s) to make (e.g. -j4)."
    echo "RANLIB      Archiver ranlib (e.g. ranlib, /usr/ccs/bin/ranlib etc)"
    echo "SAGE64      Set to \"yes\" to build a 64-bit binary (Solaris SPARC or Solaris x86 only)"
    echo "SHAREDFLAGS Flag(s) necessary for building a shared library (e.g. -fPIC or -xcode=pic32)"
    echo "We attempt to set this to sensible values, but check below to"
    echo "ensure they are OK. If you wish to override any then please use:"
    echo "setenv NAME_OF_ENVIROMENT_VARIABLE value_of_enviroment_variable"
    echo "(if you use tcsh, csh or a similar shell) or"
    echo "NAME_OF_ENVIROMENT_VARIABLE value_of_enviroment_variable"
    echo "export NAME_OF_ENVIROMENT_VARIABLE"
    echo "if you use sh, bash or a similar shell"
fi

# Setting Sage-related location environment variables.
export SAGE_LOCAL="$SAGE_ROOT/local"
export SAGE_DATA="$SAGE_ROOT/data"
export SAGE_PACKAGES="$SAGE_ROOT/spkg"
export SAGE_LOGS="$SAGE_ROOT/spkg/logs"
export SAGE_DOC="$SAGE_ROOT/devel/sage/doc"
export PATH="$SAGE_PACKAGES/bin:$SAGE_LOCAL/bin:$PATH"

# We offer a toolchain option, so if $SAGE_LOCAL/toolchain/toolchain-env exists source it.
# Since the user might do something crazy we do not do any checks, but hope for the best.
if [ -f $SAGE_LOCAL/toolchain/toolchain-env ]; then
  source $SAGE_LOCAL/toolchain/toolchain-env
fi

# Mac OS X-specific setup
if [ `uname` = "Darwin" ]; then
    # For a framework Python build on OS X, Python's bin directory is not local/bin
    PATH="$SAGE_LOCAL/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.5/bin:$PATH" && export PATH

    # set MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET -- if set incorrectly, this can
    # cause lots of random "Abort trap" issues on OSX. see trac
    # #7095 for an example.
    MACOSX_VERSION=`uname -r | awk -F. '{print $1}'`
    MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET=10.$[$MACOSX_VERSION-4]
    export MACOSX_DEPLOYMENT_TARGET
fi

if [ "$LIBRARY_PATH" != "" ]; then
    LIBRARY_PATH="$SAGE_LOCAL/lib/:$LIBRARY_PATH"
else
    LIBRARY_PATH="$SAGE_LOCAL/lib/"
fi
export LIBRARY_PATH

GP_DATA_DIR="$SAGE_LOCAL/share/pari" && export GP_DATA_DIR
GPHELP="$SAGE_LOCAL/bin/gphelp" && export GPHELP
GPDOCDIR="$SAGE_LOCAL/share/pari/doc" && export GPDOCDIR

# Make Mercurial always use utf-8 for usernames,...
# See Trac Ticket #11830
HGENCODING="utf8" && export HGENCODING

# Make Mercurial not use any user defaults (like enabling the pager extension)
# This is needed in order to use mercurial in scripts.  When running hg
# directly through "sage -hg", we will disable HGPLAIN in spkg/bin/sage.
# See Trac Ticket #12058
HGPLAIN="yes" && export HGPLAIN

SINGULARPATH="$SAGE_LOCAL/share/singular" && export SINGULARPATH
SINGULAR_EXECUTABLE="$SAGE_LOCAL/bin/Singular" && export SINGULAR_EXECUTABLE

if [ "$SAGE_SERVER" = "" ]; then
    SAGE_SERVER="http://www.sagemath.org/"
    export SAGE_SERVER
fi

# Check that $HOME exists
if [ "$HOME" = "" ]; then
    echo >&2 'Error: environment variable $HOME is not set.'
    return 1
fi
if ! [ -d "$HOME" ]; then
    echo >&2 "Error: HOME directory '$HOME' does not exist."
    return 1
fi

if [ "$DOT_SAGE" = "" ]; then
    # It is *not* an error if this directory does not exist, it will
    # be created in spkg/bin/sage.  This also works if $HOME/.sage is a
    # symbolic link to a non-existing directory.
    DOT_SAGE=`resolvelinks "$HOME/.sage"`

    # In theory, DOT_SAGE is not required to have a trailing slash.
    # But since there are some issues (#11924, maybe #12221),
    # we add a slash for safety.
    DOT_SAGE="${DOT_SAGE}/"
    export DOT_SAGE
fi


if [ "$SAGE_STARTUP_FILE" = "" ]; then
    SAGE_STARTUP_FILE="$DOT_SAGE/init.sage"
    export SAGE_STARTUP_FILE
fi

if [ -d "$SAGE_ROOT/local/lib/python" ]; then
    PYTHONPATH="$SAGE_ROOT/local/lib/python"
    if [ -n "$SAGE_PATH" ]; then
        PYTHONPATH="$SAGE_PATH:$PYTHONPATH"
    fi
    PYTHONHOME="$SAGE_ROOT/local"
    export PYTHONPATH
    export PYTHONHOME
fi

if [ -z "${SAGE_ORIG_LD_LIBRARY_PATH_SET}" ]; then
    SAGE_ORIG_LD_LIBRARY_PATH=$LD_LIBRARY_PATH && export SAGE_ORIG_LD_LIBRARY_PATH
    SAGE_ORIG_LD_LIBRARY_PATH_SET=True && export SAGE_ORIG_LD_LIBRARY_PATH_SET
fi

# Should this be a temporary directory instead?  Since sage-ptest and
# sage-test are written in Python, we can set it to
# tempfile.gettempdir() there.
if [ -z "$SAGE_TESTDIR" ]; then
    SAGE_TESTDIR="$DOT_SAGE"/tmp && export SAGE_TESTDIR
fi

# Use a matplotlib config directory specific to Sage and specific to
# the version number of matplotlib, by setting the environment
# variable MPLCONFIGDIR.  See
# http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/6235 and
# http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/9221.  Find the version
# number for matplotlib by reading the file
# SAGE_LOCAL/lib/python/site-packages/matplotlib/__init__.py, and use
# the version number in the name of the directory.  If that file
# doesn't exist, matplotlib hasn't been installed yet, so don't set
# MPLCONFIGDIR.
MPLINITFILE="$SAGE_LOCAL/lib/python/site-packages/matplotlib/__init__.py"
if [ -f "$MPLINITFILE" ]; then
    MPLVERSION=`sed -n "/^__version__[ ]*=/s/[^']*'\([^']*\)'.*$/\1/p" "$MPLINITFILE"`
    if [ "$MPLVERSION" != "" ]; then
        MPLCONFIGDIR="$DOT_SAGE/matplotlib-$MPLVERSION"
    else
        # MPLVERSION is empty, so no version found.
        MPLCONFIGDIR="$DOT_SAGE/matplotlib"
    fi
    export MPLCONFIGDIR
    # Create the directory, because matplotlib doesn't seem to be happy otherwise.
    mkdir -p "$MPLCONFIGDIR"
fi

# Add some directories to $LD_LIBRARY_PATH:
# * lib/openmpi is needed for openmpi.
# * lib/R/lib is needed for R in case the Sage install is moved.
# * lib32 and lib64 are needed for GCC, see #12405.
for d in lib/openmpi lib/R/lib lib32 lib64 lib; do
    libdir="$SAGE_LOCAL/$d"
    # Add only existing directories
    if [ -d "$libdir" ]; then
        LD_LIBRARY_PATH="$libdir:$LD_LIBRARY_PATH"
    fi
done
export LD_LIBRARY_PATH

# The following is needed for OS X (especially for the
# Singular install).
if [ `uname` = "Darwin" ]; then
    if [ -z "${SAGE_ORIG_DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH_SET}" ]; then
        SAGE_ORIG_DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH=$DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH && export SAGE_ORIG_DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH
        SAGE_ORIG_DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH_SET=True && export SAGE_ORIG_DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH_SET
    fi
    DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH="$LD_LIBRARY_PATH:$DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH:$SAGE_LOCAL/lib/R/lib" && export DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH
fi

if [ "$1" = "-short" ]; then
    return 0
fi

if [ -z "$RHOME" ]; then
    RHOME="$SAGE_LOCAL/lib/R" && export RHOME
fi

MAXIMA_PREFIX="$SAGE_ROOT/local" && export MAXIMA_PREFIX

# PKG_CONFIG_PATH is used by 'pkg-config' on Solaris and Linux, 
# but at least some versions of OS X do not have the pkg-config 
# command, so relying on this is not wise on OS X. 

if [ -z "$PKG_CONFIG_PATH" ]; then
    PKG_CONFIG_PATH="$SAGE_LOCAL/lib/pkgconfig"
else
    PKG_CONFIG_PATH="$SAGE_LOCAL/lib/pkgconfig:$PKG_CONFIG_PATH"
fi
export PKG_CONFIG_PATH


############ compilation flags

UNAME=`uname`
if [ `uname | sed -e 's/WIN.\+/WIN/'` = "CYGWIN" ]; then
    UNAME="CYGWIN"
fi
export UNAME

# Setting Sage-related compilation flags.
# This could be used in code to make special changes only when
# code is being built as part of Sage.
export __sage__=""

# Set the C and C++ compilers
if [ -z "$CC" ]; then
    # On OS X 10.7 (Lion) or later when building GCC, use clang as
    # default C compiler as some older versions of XCode 4 ship broken
    # versions of GCC which fail to bootstrap GCC-4.6.3.
    # See http://trac.sagemath.org/sage_trac/ticket/12820
    if [ "$SAGE_BUILD_TOOLCHAIN" = yes ] && [ "$UNAME" = Darwin ] && [ `uname -r | cut -d. -f1` -ge 11 ]; then
        CC=`which clang 2>/dev/null`
    fi
fi
if [ -z "$CC" ]; then
    CC=gcc
fi
if [ -z "$CXX" ]; then
    CXX=g++
fi

# An Objective-C compiler is needed for R on Darwin.
# On Darwin, /usr/bin/cc supports Objective-C.  The gcc shipped with
# Sage doesn't.
if [ "$UNAME" = "Darwin" ]; then
    if [ -z "$OBJC" -a -x "/usr/bin/cc" ]; then
        export OBJC=/usr/bin/cc
    fi
    if [ -z "$OBJCXX" -a -x "/usr/bin/c++" ]; then
        export OBJCXX=/usr/bin/c++
    fi
fi

# Override CC and CXX if the gcc spkg was installed.
if [ -x "$SAGE_LOCAL/bin/gcc" ]; then
    CC=gcc
fi
if [ -x "$SAGE_LOCAL/bin/g++" ]; then
    CXX=g++
fi
export CC CXX


if [ "$LD" = "" ]; then
    LD="ld"  && export LD
fi
if [ "$AR" = "" ]; then
    AR="ar"  && export AR
fi
if [ "$AS" = "" ]; then
    AS="as"  && export AS
fi

if [ "$LDFLAGS" = "" ]; then
    LDFLAGS=""          && export LDFLAGS
fi

if [ "$SAGE64" = "" ]; then
    SAGE64="no"
fi 

if [ "$SAGE64" != "yes" -a "$SAGE64" != "no" ]; then
    echo "The environment variable SAGE64 (=$SAGE64) must be either unset, yes or no."
    return 1
fi

# In case SAGE64 has been set to yes before re-inject it into the environment
# This is only done on OSX and Solaris since those are the only real multi lib
# arches we support. Eventually Linux PPC on the PS3 might need to be added here
source "$SAGE_LOCAL/bin/sage-check-64" 1> /dev/null 2> /dev/null
export SAGE64

if [ "$CXXFLAGS" = "" ]; then
    export CXXFLAGS="$CFLAGS"
fi

if [ "$CP" = "" ]; then
    CP="cp"  && export CP
fi

if [ "$MV" = "" ]; then
    MV="mv"  && export MV
fi

if [ "$RANLIB" = "" ]; then
    RANLIB="ranlib"  && export RANLIB
fi
 
if [ "$LN" = "" ]; then
    LN="ln"  && export LN
fi
 
if [ "$MKDIR" = "" ]; then
    MKDIR="mkdir"  && export MKDIR
fi
 
if [ "$CHMOD" = "" ]; then
    CHMOD="chmod"  && export CHMOD
fi
 
if [ "$TOUCH" = "" ]; then
    TOUCH="touch"  && export TOUCH
fi

if [ "$UNAME" = "CYGWIN" ]; then
    PATH="$PATH:$SAGE_LOCAL/lib" && export PATH
fi

# See trac 7186 -- this is needed if ecl is moved
ECLDIR="$SAGE_LOCAL/lib/ecl/" && export ECLDIR

# Handle parallel building/testing/...
# See Trac Ticket #12016
# First, figure out the right values for SAGE_NUM_THREADS (default
# number of threads) and SAGE_NUM_THREADS_PARALLEL (default number of
# threads when parallel execution is asked explicitly).
sage_num_threads_array=(`sage-num-threads.py 2>/dev/null || echo 1 2 1`)
SAGE_NUM_THREADS=${sage_num_threads_array[0]}
SAGE_NUM_THREADS_PARALLEL=${sage_num_threads_array[1]}
export SAGE_NUM_THREADS
export SAGE_NUM_THREADS_PARALLEL

if [ "$MAKE" = "" ]; then
    MAKE="make"
fi

# If MAKEFLAGS exists, assume it got set by make.
# Therefore, remove all flags from $MAKE
if [ "${MAKEFLAGS-__unset__}" != "__unset__" ]; then
    MAKE=`echo "$MAKE" | sed 's/ .*//'`
fi
export MAKE


# You can set environment variables in $SAGE_RC_FILE
# (by default, this is the file $DOT_SAGE/sagerc).  For example,
# setting PS1 there will set your prompt when you run "sage --sh".
if [ -z "$SAGE_RC_FILE" ]; then
    SAGE_RC_FILE="$DOT_SAGE/sagerc"
fi

if [ -r "$SAGE_RC_FILE" ]; then
    source "$SAGE_RC_FILE"
    if [ $? -ne 0 ]; then
        echo >&2 "Error sourcing $SAGE_RC_FILE"
        exit 1
    fi
fi

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#6 Le 10/09/2012, à 13:13

xanmoo

Re : mise à jour sageMath

Bonjour,
On peut faire tourner Sage en local en téléchargeant la bête, mais on peut aussi l'utiliser online .http://www.sagenb.org/

Dernière modification par xanmoo (Le 10/09/2012, à 13:14)


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#7 Le 21/09/2012, à 18:43

patrick L

Re : mise à jour sageMath

faites donc dans un terminal

ls -l /home

et dans les dossiers qui s'affichent  faut mettre le $HOME = /home/votreLogin

Dernière modification par patrick L (Le 21/09/2012, à 18:55)

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