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Originally Posted by rcolistete View Post
Yes, please "apt-get remove python2.5-dev". But leave "python-sympy" (old version) to see if the new version installs when installing "Integral"/"Derivative"/"Limit".
I uninstalled Integral, Derivative, & Limit. According to PackageView, python2.5-dev was still present at this point. I'm not sure about sympy -- it may have been automatically removed by the Application Manager. I then did "sudo apt-get remove python2.5-dev", which worked. I then installed Derivative and it worked! Same with Integral and Limit.

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