[R] how to make R plot under Linux

Vojtěch Zeisek Vojtech.Zeisek at opensuse.org
Mon Feb 22 19:20:53 CET 2010

Dne Po 22. února 2010 18:53:55 xin wei napsal(a):
> hi, Kevin and K.Elo:
> thank you for the suggestion. Can you be more specific on these? (like how
> exactly get into x-switch or man ssh). I am totally ignorant about linux

in Linux You can plot as in Windows, for example using hist(x). But not over 
remote connection using SSH. Connect with command similar to
ssh -X your_username na remote.server.com
Then You can launch applications making "windows". Normally, over SSH You can 
use only text-based applications. But there is one big "but": the remote 
server has to support the "-X" switch. If it is not permitted in configuration 
of server's SSH daemon, You can not use it and You will not have windows with 
Your graphs. Then You would have to ask admin of the server or run R on Your 
own computer. For more information type man ssh.
Best regards,
Vojtěch Zeisek

>  and SSH....:(     Memory limitation forces me to switch from windows to
>  Linux cluster.....
> Xin
Vojtěch Zeisek

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