[R] R-1.9.1 compiling problem
luk111111 at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 11 17:10:32 CEST 2004
Thanks for your help.
But the installation file "INSTALL" comes with
The following is a copy of it.
INSTALLING R UNDER UNIX
This document concerns building and installing R from
binaries are made available for some systems with
varying regularity and
can be obtained from CRAN (see the RESOURCES file).
For building on Windows 9x/ME/NT/2000 see the file
The main source of information on installation is the
and Administration Manual', an HTML copy of which is
available as file
`doc/html/R-admin.html'. Please read that before
installing R. But
if you are impatient, read on but please refer to the
resolve any problems.
As you are reading this file, you have unpacked the R
sources and are
presumably in the top directory. Issue the following
(If your make is not called `make', set the
environment variable MAKE to
its name, and use that name throughout these
This will take a while, giving you time to read
Then check the built system worked correctly, by
and make the manuals by (as many options as preferred
make dvi to create DVI versions
make pdf to create PDF versions
make info to create info files
You do not need to install R to run it: you can run R
by the script
`bin/R' which you can link or copy to any convenient
place in your path.
For a site-wide installation, use
choosing to install the manuals that you made.
This installs to the default location (typically
`/usr/local') for your
platform: see the Installation and Administration
Manual for other options.
--- Peter Dalgaard <p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk> wrote:
> lu kan <luk111111 at yahoo.com> writes:
> > I downloaded R-1.9.1.tgz, and tried to install it
> > debian linux machine according to the installation
> > commands
> > ./configure
> > make
> > but I got the following error message. Could you
> > please advise me what is the reason for this.
> > `/home1/lu/usr/tmp1/R-1.9.1/src/scripts'
> > The current directory must be set to the RSI
> > directory.
> > Change the default to the RSI directory and
> > this script.
> I think it means that you're picking up the wrong
> version of the
> "install" script. That exact phrasing occurs in
> (thank Google!)
> # $Id: install,v 1.67 2003/01/28 19:54:23 beth
> Exp $
> # install
> # Research Systems, Inc
> March 1, 1988
> # This shell script carries out the steps required
> to install IDL
> # or an IDL based product once the main directory
> has been unpacked.
> # It expects to be run from the RSI directory.
> Does that ring a bell with you?
> O__ ---- Peter Dalgaard Blegdamsvej
> c/ /'_ --- Dept. of Biostatistics 2200 Cph. N
> (*) \(*) -- University of Copenhagen Denmark
> Ph: (+45) 35327918
> ~~~~~~~~~~ - (p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk)
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