That makes sense--thank you! I think the Intel Compiler flag comes from the 
fact that I have a customized compiler through a program called MOOSE, and 
they all dev on macs, so the compiler may be trying to use their settings.

I was introduced to Sage through the VirtualBox appliance available online 
( I wanted to recreate that, 
but fix the problems with LaTeX (so that I can export a PDF, for example). 
I have been hacking in the terminal of that VirtualBox for a while to try 
to adjust LaTeX installs, add additional kernels, etc, but have found it 
too messy and difficult. So, I have been following the more "standard" 
install procedures for Jupyter installed through Conda, and hoped I could 
attach Sage that way.

With that in mind, what would you recommend for me to try first? Is the 
best way to do this the conda package? Would that be connected to my global 
LaTeX install? Or should I just install the binaries, and connect it to my 
Jupyter install al la this link 
not sure how to replicate the install in the OVA, and I'm not sure of the 
best way to approach this, which is why I asked here. Any additional 
thoughts would be appreciated!

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