[R] Rterm and Windows 2000
markhall at gol.com
Tue Aug 8 02:00:53 CEST 2000
While I've been running R 1.1.0 under Windows 2000 on a Dell Latitude with
128 MB RAM and a Pentium III processor via the RGUI with no problems, the RTERM
doesn't work. I open it and I can't type any commands in the window...I type
but there is no response. I get a prompt but that's it.
Best, Mark Hall
> On Tue, 8 Aug 2000, Use wrote:
> > I've just installed R 1.1.0 under Windows 2000 in a Pentium Mobile III
> > 600MHh. Everything seems to work fine except Rterm. Rterm runs but only
> > accepts one command, it doesn't return the R promt. This is a problem to run
> > R under Emacs and in a "BATCH" mode. Is there a workaround or a solution to
> > this problem.
> Input in Rterm is handled separately for each of the keyboard, from ESS and
> from a redirected input file. Just to confirm: you have tried all three
> and all three fail?
> This is the first report of any problems with R on W2K on a Pentium,
> so there are no known workarounds. We have had several reports of
> Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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