[R] problems installing R packages

Romain Francois romain.francois at dbmail.com
Wed Dec 2 13:25:19 CET 2009


I think your keyboard has a punctuation problem. What's with all the 
exclamation points.

On 12/02/2009 01:18 PM, catuxa-2 wrote:
>
> Thank you!!!
> It was just the run as administrator, sorry!!!!
> But anyway, i can´t change the version because i'm developing a java
> aplication integraed with R, and the people who configurate te computer
> recomended me not to change the  version.

Then ask them for support.

> I'm not in love with late
> 2006!!!!!
> But i think that i need to risk changing it, becaus i'm having lots of
> problems!!!!
> Do you know something of integrate eclipse and R???

What do you mean ?

> Thank you!!!!
>
>
>
> 2009/12/2 Romain Francois [via R]
> <ml-node+933022-1560375299 at n4.nabble.com<ml-node%2B933022-1560375299 at n4.nabble.com>
>>
>
>> On 12/02/2009 12:55 PM, catuxa-2 wrote:
>>
>>>
>>> Hi,
>>> I´m trying to install new package in R (version 2.4.0) under windows
>> vista
>>> and i have problems. I always receive the same message:
>>> Erro en zip.unpack(pkg, tmpDir) : no fue posible abrir el archivo
>>> 'C:/Program
>> Files/R/R-2.4.0/library/file2019500d/mprobit/libs/mprobit.dll'
>>> It can´t open the file.
>>> I check the compatibility with the version and is ok, I have no idea
>> where's
>>> the problem cause i'm the administrator and i've enough free space in the
>>
>>> hard disc.
>>>
>>> Anyone could help me????
>>
>> Try to time travel back in late 2006 when 2.4.0 was current, or upgrade
>> to the current version of R (2.10.0) for which you might get support ...
>> whichever way is easiest for you.
>>
>> When you are done, please lend us your time travel machine so that we
>> can get R 3.0.0 from the future.
>>
>> Romain


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