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2009 Jun 10
License quandry in the Fedora sub-space of all R packages
There was mention of this [r-sig-fedora at] mailing list on one of the other R lists overnight. I thought the list needed a bit of posting, as I could not recall seeing content recently on it. I cross post to the Red Hat hosted list as well, it raises issues relevant there as well I have been packaging in support of many of the financial packages at CRAN and in R-Forge [
2007 Mar 20
A few issues
1) Is this the right place for kernel internals questions and if not, what is? (Refresher: I am relatively new to Linux kernel internals, but not kernels in general. I''ve work on Unix and proprietary kernels, including my first seven years as a professional developing a whole system from the ground up.) 2) I noticed this morning that my GLMatrix screensaver is not
2010 Nov 22
btrfs problems and fedora 14
I thought I would try btrfs on a new installation of f14. yes, I know its experimental but stable so it seemed to be a good time to try it. I am not sure if I have missed something out of all my searching but am I correct in thinking that currently: I. it is not possible to boot from a snapshot of the operating system and, in particular, the yum snapshots cannot be used for
2009 Sep 25
uniqueness validation perplexity
I want to write a validate routine to check to enforce that a position must be unique in a category. (In another category, it doesn''t have to and shouldn''t need to be unique.) I write this code which works happily for new items: def position_in_category_not_unique @items = Item.find( :all, :conditions => [ "category_id = ? AND position = ?", category_id,
2002 Feb 15
ext3 fsck question
Hi, After our big ext3 file server crashes, I notice the fsck spends some time replaying the journals (about 5-10 mins for all volumes on the server in question). I guess it must do this should you want to mount the volumes as ext2. My question--is it (theoretically) possible to tell fsck only to replay half-finished and to knock out incomplete transactions from the journals, leaving the kernel
2012 Sep 12
Re: Ocfs2-users Digest, Vol 105, Issue 4
Hi Yuvrajsinh, thank you for the reply, yes it was a kernel issue and we have done an upgrade to and used the packges that match the version number, and I have done a update post this evening as below Hi All, since the post I have made some kind of a progress 1. I upgraded the kernel to 2.6.18-308.1.1.el5 same I was able to download the ocfs2 module is
2000 Feb 09
error during no-segfault.R
Hello, I am trying to install R0.99 on my PC running Solairis 7. Here is some text from my shell when I ran 'make check': running `primitive-funs.R' comparing `primitive-funs.Rout' to `./' ... OK running `mode-methods.R' comparing `mode-methods.Rout' to `./' ... OK running `simple-true.R' comparing
2012 Oct 08
installation of R (14.1 and 15.1) fails: [reg-packages.Rout] Error 1
Hello, I''m trying to install R on two Linux machines: 1. > uname -a Linux cs-wsok 3.4.6-2.10-desktop #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Jul 26 09:36:26 UTC 2012 (641c197) x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux 2. > uname -a Linux 3.4.6-2.10-desktop #1 SMP PREEMPT Thu Jul 26 09:36:26 UTC 2012 (641c197) x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux I am trying version 14.1 on first machine
2005 Mar 18
Is a .R script file name available inside the script?
Hi, if we have a file called Rscript.R that contains the following, for example: x <- 1:100 outfile = "Rscript.Rout" sink(outfile) print(x) and then we run >> source("Rscript.R") we get an output file called Rscript.Rout - great! Is there an internal variable, something like .Platform, that holds the script name when it is being executed? I would like to use
2003 Sep 16
Question in Using sink function
Could anyone please explain to me why the following writes nothing into "all.Rout" file? If the "for" loop is removed, t.test output can be written into "all.out". Thanks in advance. Minghua Yao ...... zz <- file("all.Rout", open="wt") sink(zz) for(i in 1:n) { Cy3<-X[,2*i-1]; Cy5<-X[,2*i]; t.test(Cy3, Cy5)
2006 May 17
Renaming from BATCH scripts.
I often use R CMD BATCH to run my files (e.g. script.R), and get the output recorded in script.Rout -- this is great. On my setup (R.2.3.0 on linux), if any plots are created, they get stored in This can get confusing if I have several batch scripts in one directory. I''ve written a simple shell script to rename to e.g. so that later I can easily
2002 Apr 11
Need help decyphering ''make check'' errors
I haven''t been able to find any documentation explaining what these errors mean (and if they''re serious). If anyone can give me some guidance on this, I''d very much appreciate it. The error messages are make[4]: *** [ctest-Ex.Rout] Error 1 make[3]: *** [test-Examples] Error 2 make[2]: *** [test-Examples] Error 2 make[1]: *** [test-all-basics] Error 1
2007 Aug 01
Splom custom superpanels
I thought one nice addition to a splom figure would be to have the scatterplots in the upper triangle and a color-coordinated correlation matrix on the bottom. So I tried my hand at customizing panel.pairs(), and was rebuffed. Many times. Four hours of fruitless debugging later, I turn to you for help: panel.pairs(z=teststatfull[,6:12], pscales=0, panel.subscripts=FALSE, subscripts=,
2012 Oct 24
R CMD BATCH: set locale?
Hi I would like to change the locale when using R CMD BATCH. Usually, if I want to run it in english, for R in console/GUIs, I edit the .Rprofile file, adding: Sys.setlocale("LC_ALL","en_US.UTF8") Sys.setlocale("LC_MESSAGES","en_US.UTF8") But while this works for interactive R, it does not for R CMD BATCH. The problem is that running tests for a
2001 May 31
failure in make check
I have a failure in ''make check'' and I would appreciate assistance regarding what to do about it. Thanks -Don Installing R-1.2.3 on build[99]% uname -sr SunOS 5.8 (for those who may recall my previous request for help, I have updated GCC to 2.95.3, and configured with gcc, GCC''s c++, and f77 [not g77]) Running ''make check'' got this:
2012 Mar 02
make check fails for R.2.14.1 / SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (x86_64) / intel compiler 11.1
Hi, On a linux (suse 11p1 64 bits) and intel compiler (11.1 20100806), for R 2.14.1 I ran : ./configure make The config.log file is available at Binary file R is created, all seems Ok. However : make check fails with the message : make[1]: Entering directory `/tmp/R/R-2.14.1/tests''
2010 May 05
testInstalledBasic question
Hi, I''m currently in the process of writing an R-installation SOP for my company. As part of that process I''m using the recommendations from the ''R Installation and Administration'' document, section 3.2, "Testing an installation". This is done on an XP machine, using the latest binary of 2.11.0. The binary is downloaded and then installed from the
2005 Sep 15
make check FAILS -> Error code 1...comparing d-p-q-r-tests.Rout
Under FreeBSD 5.3, attempting to properly install R-2.1.1, I get the following response when I..... % make ;all finishes without error, then... % make check <ret> . . ---------------------------------------------- comparing d-p-q-r-tests.Rout to 1004c1004 < [1] mean relative difference 1.2848649e-08 [1] TRUE .....Error code 1 stop in
2012 Sep 10
A problem with gluster 3.3.0 and Sun Grid Engine
Hi, We got a huge problem on our sun grid engine cluster with glusterfs 3.3.0. Could somebody help me? Based on my understanding, if a folder is removed and recreated on other client node, a program that tries to create a new file under the folder fails very often. We partially fixed this problem by "ls" the folder before doing anything in our command, however, Sun Grid Engine
2008 Jun 03
R-2.7.0 make check failure
Hello, I am fairly new to using R and am trying to install it on my Linux machine, running Scientific Linux. I get through running ''configure'' and ''make'' OK, but when I run ''make check'', I get the following error: make check make[1]: Entering directory `/home/gruchti/Programs/R-2.7.0/tests'' make[2]: