[R] The options for device
Douglas Bates
bates at stat.wisc.edu
Fri Jan 10 15:15:04 CET 2003
Changxuan Mao <cmao at statserv.ucr.edu> writes:
> I complied the R-1.6.1 source file on my 386 debian linux system.
Is there a reason that you want to compile R from sources on a Debian
Linux system? You can install from the Debian packages for R-1.6.1
for the stable and the testing Debian distributions that are available
on the Debian archives and on CRAN.
Dirk Eddelbuettel expects to have Debian packages of R-1.6.2,
scheduled for release today, uploaded by tomorrow. Test builds of
Debian packages for R-1.6.2 have been on the Debian archives for two
weeks.
The versions of R in the Debian packages have full support for the X11
device driver. A separate Debian package called r-gnome provides the
gnome device driver
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