[R] Problem with tcl/tk and Rcmdr - urgent help required
jfox at mcmaster.ca
Tue Dec 2 16:05:13 CET 2008
It seems clear that the problem is in loading the tcltk package. To confirm
that, does library(tcltk) fail?
I'm not very knowledgeable about Mac OS X. I do have a MacBook, with OS X
10.5, however, and encountered no problems installing and running the Rcmdr
package. Have you seen the R Commander installation instructions for Mac OS
X 10.4, at
not, maybe something there will help.
I'm copying this response to Rob Goedman <goedman at mac.com>, who has provided
John Fox, Professor
Department of Sociology
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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> Subject: [R] Problem with tcl/tk and Rcmdr - urgent help required
> Hello everyone,
> i have been searching the whole day, trying ANY solution offered by the
> internet and before headbanging against the wall would like to try asking
> for your help.
> As many others, i am haveing problems loading the Rcmdr package with
> running Tiger 10.4.11. X11 version updated to the last one after having
> manually installed.
> I have also installed (obviously) the Rcmdr package with all dependencies.
> However (damn) i keep having the following answer to the library (rcmdr)
> > library (Rcmdr)
> Carico il pacchetto richiesto: tcltk
> Loading Tcl/Tk interface ... Error in dyn.load(file, DLLpath = DLLpath,
> impossibile caricare libreria condivisa
> 10): Library not loaded: /usr/local/lib/libtcl8.5.dylib
> Referenced from:
> Reason: image not found
> Error : .onLoad non riuscito in 'loadNamespace' per tcltk
> Errore: pacchetto 'tcltk' non caricato
> The language is in italian but it basically says it cannot load shared
> x11 is running, the file tcltk.so phisically exists (i have checked
> and both R and X11 are in their last updated version.
> I have also tried restarting after updating X11. Can someone try to help
> i have recently swithced to mac and am having an important exam soon.
> Thanks to anyone.
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