[ESS] ESS and LD_LIBRARY_PATH
iverson at biostat.wisc.edu
Wed Oct 18 23:34:45 CEST 2006
Thanks for the suggestions. I did try logging out of KDE and back in,
didn't change anything. I did try Sys.putenv() from my R session in ESS
also! I set LD_LIBRARY_PATH to the previous value (using Sys.getenv())
along with "/u/iverson/lib". It was then set as I wanted, verified by
Sys.getenv(), but I still got the same error! That's the confusing part
to me. I also tried it with .Renviron, same thing!
Kasper Daniel Hansen wrote:
> Erik: you might simply have to log out of your KDE session, have you
> tried that?
> Also, a quick way to solve things like this is by the R command
> Sys.putenv which allows you to change the environment variables in a R
> session, there is also the possibility of .Renvir (although I dislike
> that because it is not being used by R CMD scripts)
> On Oct 18, 2006, at 2:10 PM, Rodney Sparapani wrote:
>> Erik Iverson wrote:
>>> Rodney -
>>> Ok, that does work! I'm able to load package Cairo successfully if I
>>> start Xemacs from the shell in KDE. I also tried a Gnome session. It
>>> works from the command line *and* when I start it from Gnome with "run
>>> application" or whatever similar option there is in Gnome. It's only
>>> in KDE when I start it from "Run command" or from my shortcut that it
>>> doesn't work.
>>> Well, I realize at this point it's probably not an ESS issue, and I'm
>>> content with starting Xemacs from my shell. Still kind of puzzling,
>>> but don't know if there's anything to do about it. If I ever figure
>>> it out, I'll post here. Seems at this point to be KDE related?
>>> Thanks so much,
>> Hi Erik:
>> Don't know much about KDE, but in GNOME you can specify a script to
>> run at startup that does these kinds of things like
>> setting environment variables, launching xemacs, etc.
>> ESS-help at stat.math.ethz.ch mailing list
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