harald at cepba.upc.es
harald at cepba.upc.es
Mon May 5 19:39:22 MEST 2003
Ups, sorry, I forgot it. I thought that referencing the request
could be enough.
I'm trying to compile R 1.6.0, 1.6.1 and 1.6.2, and they all fail
on the same manner. With R 1.7.0 we have some problems for compiling
I use GNU C version 3.1 and the G77 in the same package.
As I mentioned we have an AIX5.1 operating system running on a
cluster of Power3 cpus.
When I launch R on the machine and quit from it, it makes a
segmentation fault and core dumps.
Now I remember, when I tried to compile with XLC/XLF there were
several warning on a SETJMP or similar but this compiler didn't
fail on that point. (XLC failed when was unable to locate the
Best regards and thanks,
Peter Dalgaard BSA wrote:
> harald at cepba.upc.es writes:
> > Dear all,
> > I've found a bug report for R when installing it on an AIX5.1 system.
> > There's a followup (number 4) that comments a segmentation fault on R
> > when quitting "q()".
> > I'm using a newer version of R but on the same operating system and
> > I obtain the same error.
> > There was a way to solve this problem?
> Well, some exact version numbers and bug report ditto might help
> someone help you.
> Remember: *You* have a problem. People may actually go out of their
> way to help you, but if they have to do detective work just to guess
> your setup or figure out which PR# you're referring to, then they
> might not bother.
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