[R] Configure error
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Tue Apr 11 08:58:11 CEST 2006
On Mon, 10 Apr 2006, R. A. L. Carter wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> I sent this message before but I don't think it got through because I
> wasn't registered.
It did appear:
(you could have checked the archives as easily as I did).
We didn't have anything useful to add, as you have not told us anything
like enough information.
R runs out of the box on many Linux variants, even on (guessing) x86_64.
There is a config.log, which you need to check for details of what went
> I've been trying for several weeks to install R-2.2.1 on a PC with an
> AMD Athlon 64 2800*+* processor running Mandriva 2006_64.
> After unpacking R-2.2.1.tar.gz I ran ./configure However, configure
> stopped prematurely with the message *"configure:27295: WARNING:
> gfortran and gcc disagree on int and double configure:27297: error:
> Maybe change CFLAGS or FFLAGS?"* Altough I've looked in both the R_Help
> archive and R Installation and Administration, I can't find any
> documentation which says what settings should be for CFLAGS or FFLAGS.
> I tried to mimic the settings shown on page 31 of R Installation and
> Administration but that failed too.*
Telling us a page number does not help: in what format and with what paper
size? Much better to tell us what you actually did.
> Does anyone know what the settings should be for this case?
No, as we don't even know what compilers you are using. Nor do we know of
a system on which this does not work out of the box *if* the compilers are
> Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
Since you seem not at all familiar with installing software and using
configure, the advice is to find local Mandriva help. This is not an R
problem, and most likely one of your Fortran installation.
> Richard Carter
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