R

Richard Vickery richard.vickeryrv at gmail.com
Tue Oct 23 17:15:04 UTC 2012


On Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 8:20 AM, Tom Callaway <tcallawa at redhat.com> wrote:

> On 10/22/2012 09:39 PM, Richard Vickery wrote:
> > sorry I mistakenly deleted the R discussion from my inbox. Here is what
>
> Based on your errors, I'm wondering if you're using the R packages in
> Fedora, or if you've built R from source. I did a fresh install of R:
> (yum install R R-java), then ran install.packages("JGR") and it worked
> properly. Can you please confirm how you installed R?
>
> The only major difference I can see is that you're on a 32bit system and
> I tested on x86_64, but that shouldn't be an issue.
>
> Also, confirming that you have java-1.7.0-openjdk-devel installed would
> be helpful. One of your logs showed it failing to compile rJava, and
> there is probably useful debugging in the config.log that was generated.
>
> Thanks,
>
> ~tom
>
> ==
> Fedora Project
>

I did yum install R, and I do have openjdk installed. When 18 comes out -
versus alpha, or beta - I might switching to 64 bit, at least for a while,
until I find whether I like the trade-off of stability.

To the concern whether this is a users - versus developers - list question,
I considered that, but I'm not on the users list, and at the time thought
that it might have been served better on this list. If I am on the list, it
is very quiet and I thought that to get the best people, the law of
averages suggest to post on the group with the most activity; If I am not,
I can't remember how to get on the lists. Since you can get what I want in
Windows, I thought it might be a developers issue. If you disagree, that is
fine. If you don't like the posts and think they belong somewhere else, an
/ or don't want to help, you don't have to read them. It is possible to
delete them, or have the program delete them before you even see them. I
don't see what the issue is if you don't want to see them on the list, or
if you think the R issue belongs elsewhere.

Thanks for the help Tom,
Richard
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