Download binary version of sage from any sagesite. It would be like a tar folder sage_11.04_release.tar.lzma
2. Copy the compressed folder into home.
3. Extract it.
4. Copy the sage file( a shell script named sage in extracted sage folder) and place it into /usr/local/bin
5. Uncomment SAGE_ROOT variable in sage script and give its value as: /home/username/sage i.e the path where sage folder is present.
6. Open terminal and type , sage and you will get a sage prompt sage:
The sage installation is complete. In order to plot graphs in sagemath , you have to install imagemagick by the command:
sudo apt-get install imagemagick
You will be requiring libgfortran also. For this:
Download it from:
Extract .rpm package:
$rpm2cpio filename.rpm|cpio -idmv
And place the extracted folfer in /sage/local/lib