- First install LaTeX. For this open terminal and type
$ sudo apt-get install texlive-full

- Install SAGE

Download binaries from their website for thisGo to the website http://sagemath.org/download.html and pick up a mirror to download. Choose Download for Linux, then

- Choose your architecture (32 or 64 bit)
- Then choose the ‘lzma’ package with the word Ubuntu and your Ubuntu version in the name.For example, for a 32-bit processor running Ubuntu 10.4, you’d select
`sage-4.4.4-linux-32bit-ubuntu_10.04_lts-i686-Linux.tar.lzma`where 4.4.4 is the latest Sage version at the time of writing.After this do following$ cd /opt $ sudo tar --lzma -xvf /path_to_sage_package/sage-?.?.?-linux-ubuntu-...lzma $ sudo ln -s /opt/sage.?-?-?.../sage /usr/local/bin/sage After this type $ sage Viola! SAGE installed

**Problem Faced By Me:
**

Usually when you upgarde your sage version then there is possibility of one basic problem that:

sagetex.sty file of sage and sagetex.sty file of texlive are of different versions. So whenn we run command latex filename.tex, it compile and give filename.sagetex.sage . Now to compile this, we do sage filename.sagetex.sage.

**To solve this:**

- Firstly remove sagetex.sty file of Tex from
*/usr/share/texmf-texlive/tex/latex/sagetex*. To make TeX aware of`sagetex.sty`is to copy that file into a convenient place in your home directory. In most TeX distributions, the`texmf`directory in your home directory is automatically searched for packages. To find out exactly what this directory is, do the following on the command line:kpsewhich -var-value=TEXMFHOME

which will print out a directory, such as

. Copy the`/home/username/texmf`or`/Users/drake/Library/texmf``tex/`directory frominto your home`SAGE_ROOT/local/share/texmf/``texmf`directory with a command like (*SAGE_ROOT=/opt/sage-x.x.x…./*)$ cp -R SAGE_ROOT/local/share/texmf/tex TEXMFHOME

where

`SAGE_ROOT`is, as usual, replaced with the location of your Sage installation and`TEXMFHOME`is the result of the`kpsewhich`command above.Check home folder, is there any texmf folder? If not , then TEXMFHOME will surely there. Copy all file in TEXMFHOME

$ cd /TEXMFLOCAL/generic/sagetex

$ sudo cp * /usr/share/texmf-texlive/tex/latex/sagetex

**Check If it works:**

- Type in the following code :-
\documentclass{article} \usepackage{sagetex} \begin{document} \begin{sageblock} A(l,b) = l*b l = 2 b= 4 area = A(l,b) \end{sageblock} Using formula \[ A = \sage{latex(A(l,b))} \] for area $A = \sage{area.n(digits=2)}$ \end{document}

Save it with “.tex” extesnion say : test.tex

- Now write a script for running sage with latex.
#!/bin/bash cd mkdir Test cd Test latex test.tex sage test.sagetex.sage pdflatex test.tex evince test.pdf Save it as ".sh" extesion file say : test.sh Now run $ sh test.sh

Change LaTeX package name from “texlive-ful” to “texlive-full”

Thanks Mandeep for pointing my mistake :).