[R] update.packages() doesn't work anymore
Peter Dalgaard BSA
p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Wed Jan 24 19:16:33 CET 2001
s-luppescu at uchicago.edu writes:
> For some reason, update.packages(), one of the greatest features of R, doesn't
> work anymore (perhaps since I upgraded to 1.2.1?). It downloads the new
> packages, but when it tries to build them, I get this message:
> WARNING: ignoring environment value of R_HOME
> /var/tmp/R-base-root/usr/lib/R/bin/Rcmd: No such file or directory
> I save the downloaded packages and then do R INSTALL <pkgname> at the command
> line, and it works fine. I tried setting lib=/usr/lib/R and also the R_HOME
> environment var, but that didn't help. What am I doing wrong?
What does "R RHOME" tell you?
Is R_HOME set in the environment? If so, try removing it.
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