On Thu, Mar 4, 2021 at 11:18 AM 'Akshat Agrawal' via sage-support
> Well, I was simply using the command "make". It started to install python itself. I already have Python-3.8.5 installed in my Anaconda Environment. Can you please tell me how should I skip this python installation?
Actually, I am not sure whether under Anaconda it is going to work at
all. Please have a look at
As you see, you can install and run Sage 9.2 under conda without any
compiling at all.
As well, in this environment you can build Sage from source.
Whether the commercial Anaconda environment would work, I don't know.
Perhaps you need to add extra channels...
Please post the top-level config.log - so that we can see what is
happening with your build.
> On Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 3:39:13 AM UTC+5:30 dim...@gmail.com
>> On Wed, 3 Mar 2021, 22:05 'Akshat Agrawal' via sage-support, <sage-s...@googlegroups.com
>>> Dear All,
>>> I am trying to set up Sage-9.2 on by Ubuntu 18.04 on Anaconda. But I am stuck at a point.
>>> Please find attached the error log file.
>>> It will be very helpful if I can get a solution to this problem.
>> why would you need to build python, rather than use one you can install on the system, or into your conda environment?
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