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2010 Nov 02
R 2.12.0 in Fedora Updates Testing
R 2.12.0 is built now for Fedora and EPEL. It is in "updates-testing" (or it will be within the next 24 hours). I did not do this build for Fedora 12, as that release will be End-Of-Life in a month. In accordance with the new policies on Fedora Updates, these new packages will not be pushed as official updates until they either receive positive testing from users, or sit in
2008 Sep 02
Upgrade ''R''
More and more I am getting warnings from packages that I install that the package was built with 2.7.2 (I am running 2.7.1). I would like to upgrade but don''t want to loose all of the packages that I have installed and the settings. Is there a way to just "upgrade" without uninstalling and reinstalling ''R''? Thank you. Kevin
2017 Aug 14
workaround for "package building problem Centos 7 & R 3.4.1"
...Centos /usr/lib64/R/etc/Renviron we have the EPEL version of the settings that Dirk Eddelbuettel worked out with R Core for Debian packaging way back in the beginning of, well, the century: R_LIBS_USER=${R_LIBS_USER-'~/R/x86_64-redhat-linux-gnu-library/3.4'} R_LIBS_SITE=${R_LIBS_SITE-'/usr/local/lib/R/site-library:/usr/local/lib/R/library:/usr/lib64/R/library:/usr/share/R/library'} R_LIBS_SITE looks good in that file. I know (for sure) these settings were put in as adaptation to Dirk...
2018 Jan 12
R minor version
> .expand_R_libs_env_var("poof/%p/%v") [1] "poof/x86_64-w64-mingw32/3.4" Bill Dunlap TIBCO Software wdunlap On Fri, Jan 12, 2018 at 4:49 AM, Loris Bennett <loris.bennett at> wrote: > Hi, > > When I install a package as a non-root user, it gets saved in a path > such as > >
2012 Oct 17
Rcmd_environ and R_LIBS_{USER,SITE}
Is there a fundamental reason why I cannot set either one of ## add local library path -- doesn''t work either R_LIBS_USER="c:/opt/R-library" R_LIBS_SITE="c:/opt/R-library" in $R_HOME/etc/Rcmd_environ even though I can seemingly set other things here? It breaks "R CMD check" for me as I prefer NOT to install packages in a versioned path. FWIW, defaulting to a versioned path is (to this no-longer-bemused user...
2017 Aug 11
package building problem Centos 7 & R 3.4.1
...[1] "/home/pauljohn/R/x86_64-redhat-linux-gnu-library/3.4" [2] "/usr/lib64/R/library" [3] "/usr/share/R/library" The packages in question are all in "/usr/share/R/library". The system-wide R_LIBS_SITE has that directory, Local Variables of /usr/lib64/R/etc/Renviron: R_LIBS_SITE=${R_LIBS_SITE-'/usr/local/lib/R/site-library:/usr/local/lib/R/library:/usr/lib64/R/library:/usr/share/R/library'} I ha...
2008 Oct 27
Hi, I was wondering what is the recommended way to install the "vars" package in debian. And for that matter, how do you usually install R packages not included in debian? I guess I could simply use install.packages() but I''m afraid of ending up with several versions of the same package which could be bad I guess... Any recommendation on how to go with this? Thanks in advance