Description of problem:
I just set up a new fedora (release 27) and installed sage math using the
dnf package manager. in order to start sage I had to install ipython (some
dependencies) and, there are also seem to be some packages missing to solve
mixed integer programs... I managed to change the error message by
installing some further packages but at some point just downloaded the full
tar.bz2 from the sage website, which works without any problems
however, since this seems to be a dependency problem please take a look or
forward to the responsible developers
PS: I have also filed this bug this afternoon in the SageMath bugtracker and was then asked to forward it here (cf. https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/sage-support/X4td3AFG4rM)
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
set up fresh fedora and install sage
Steps to Reproduce:
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