[R] Loading R and contributed packages on Red Hat Linux 7.1

Peter Dalgaard BSA p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Mon Apr 23 09:57:19 CEST 2001

"M. Edward Borasky" <znmeb at aracnet.com> writes:

> Oops!! It seems I missed one :-). It turns out that "e1071" and "Matrix" use
> "c++", not "gcc"! So in item 2.a., add "gcc-c++-2.96-81.i386.rpm" to the
> list of packages to load. BTW, my environment is a Toshiba 2595CDT laptop, a
> 400 MHz Celeron with 192 MB of RAM and a 6 GB hard drive. I am currently
> dual-booted Windows 2000 Professional and Red Hat Linux 7.1. 4 GB of the
> hard drive is Windows 2000 (FAT32, which the Linux OS can read from and
> write to) and 2 GB is Linux (ext2 and swap, which the Windows OS can't
> access). I have R running on both sides.

One piece of advice: If the disk is big enough make a directory which
holds the entire content of the CDs' RPM directories. Makes it much
easier to fix problems with missing tools and utilities when you're on
the go...

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