according to this page
There is sagemath 9.3 available.
But how to install it? When I do on Majaro
>sudo pacman -S sagemath
[sudo] password for me:
looking for conflicting packages...
Packages (1) sagemath-9.2-18
Total Installed Size: 423.43 MiB
It asks me if I want to install 9.2.18, not the latest 9.3
How would one install 9.3?
Welcome to the forum.
Manjaro Stable lags a little behind on Arch in terms of package versions, but that’s only because Manjaro more thoroughly tests its packages before pushing them out to Stable.
My advice would be to install the 9.2 version from the repository, but if you really, really, really, absolutely need version 9.3, then you can install the
-git version from the AUR.
pamac build sagemath-git
The command I gave you above is indeed
pamac is an alternative to
pacman, and it can handle packages from the AUR, while
Packages from the AUR usually don’t come in a binary form and must therefore be compiled locally. Depending on your CPU, your RAM and the size of the package, this may take some time.
or just download the package and do sudo pacman -U
Thanks, that worked. (ps. I had to enter root password when I got a pop-up prompt to do so)
Checking keyring... [1/1]
Checking integrity... [1/1]
Loading packages files... [1/1]
Checking file conflicts... [1/1]
Checking available disk space... [1/1]
Installing sagemath-git (9.3.r0.gd6c5cd9be7-1)... [1/1]
Transaction successfully finished.
SageMath version 9.3, Release Date: 2021-05-09
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