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    HI, would like to install sagemath in my computer. There are availble Fedora, Ubuntu and Debian x86_64.tar.bz2 files. Wich one of them would be best for Leap 42.1 installation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimoKJ View Post
    HI, would like to install sagemath in my computer. There are availble Fedora, Ubuntu and Debian x86_64.tar.bz2 files. Wich one of them would be best for Leap 42.1 installation?
    Hi
    Those are some big files!!!! The fedora one would be the best match, better yet, download the src tarball and compile yourself...
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    I compiled and installed sage from source on a previous openSUSE os, 11.3 I think. It worked like a charm. No problems. Long compile time, took my system about 6 hours and it took some doing to get all of the dependencies, but it worked.

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    If Opensuse 42.2/Tumbleweed had Coin-Or and Sagemath it would be so perfect for us with scientific workloads. I believe Opensuse is best suited for scientific workloads better than any other distro due to a first class kde desktop environment and the opensuse build service. I can't imagine having to compile all that stuff. Someone please save us!

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