Running S+ on Unix from an NT platform??
rossini at u.washington.edu
Tue Mar 12 19:00:50 CET 2002
If you mean, log in to the NT machine from Unix, I think the answer is NO. You can't log in to an NT machine from Unix, unless perhaps if it is running NT server. You MIGHT be able to log in to a 2k machine, but I'm not certain of that.
If you mean to log in to the Unix machine from NT, that works and works fairly simply. You just need the commandline tools to remote-login to the Unix machine from a Command Shell ("command.exe" or the cygwin bash shell).
On Tue, 12 Mar 2002 Gerald.Jean at spgdag.ca wrote:
> I am currently, and successfully, running S+6 from ESS on a Window NT
> machine. In the near future S+ will move from NT to a Unix plateform (Sun
> Solaris); my NT machine and the Unix machine will be linked through the
> company's network. My questions:
> 1) Will I be able to run S+ from my NT machine? I think the answer is yes,
> through S+-elsewhere. But all the documentation says is:
> S+elsewhere is an interactive Lisp function in `essd-els'.
> (S+elsewhere &optional PROC-NAME)
> Call 'S-PLUS 3.x', the 'Real Thing' from StatSci.
> not very informative and seems outdated by looking at the version of S+? For example can both the sqpe and the GUI
> S+ programs be run?
> 2) If the answer is yes, how will the ESS process know where to find S+ on the network and how does ESS tell to the Unix machine
> which of sqpe or the GUI I want to run?
> 3) Where will the S+ output go if I run:
> a) sqpe, if it is possible of course.
> b) the GUI, if possible. For exemple will I be able to look at graphs?
> Thanks for all the info.
> Gérald Jean
> Analyste-conseil (statistiques), Actuariat
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