[R] compiling R on alpha 4.0E

J.Harold@uea.ac.uk J.Harold at uea.ac.uk
Thu Feb 10 10:56:26 CET 2000

I have tried compiling R on a dec alpha running digital unix 4.0E

configure works ok - giving 
 is now configured for alpha-dec-osf4.0

  Source directory:         .
  Installation directory:   /hpc/readonly/code/bin.alpha/R
  C compiler:               gcc  -ieee_with_inexact -g -O2
  FORTRAN compiler:         f77  
  Gnome support:            no

make runs ok   (make version gnu make-3.78.1)

make check gives this error

>make[5]: Leaving directory `/hpc/readonly/code/bin.alpha/R-0.90.1/src/library'
running code in base-Ex.R ...
../../bin/R --vanilla < base-Ex.R > base-Ex.Rout
/bin/sh: 280 Floating exception
make[4]: *** [base-Ex.Rout] Error 136
make[4]: Leaving directory `/hpc/readonly/code/bin.alpha/R-0.90.1/tests/Examples'
make[3]: *** [test-Examples] Error 2
make[3]: Leaving directory `/hpc/readonly/code/bin.alpha/R-0.90.1/tests/Examples'
make[2]: *** [test-Examples] Error 2
make[2]: Leaving directory `/hpc/readonly/code/bin.alpha/R-0.90.1/tests'
make[1]: *** [test-All] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/hpc/readonly/code/bin.alpha/R-0.90.1/tests'
make: *** [test-All] Error 2

what do I need to do to overcome this ?



                       Dr Julie Harold, ITCS, 
             University of East Anglia, Norwich, NR4 7TJ
          phone 592385  email  j.harold at uea.ac.uk

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