[R] how to make R plot under Linux
Cedrick W. Johnson
cedrick at cedrickjohnson.com
Mon Feb 22 20:45:40 CET 2010
I've managed to successfully use R (based on a remote Linux server) and have th
e graphics piped back to me via SSH on a windows machine..
Take a look at XMing on the windows side, along with PuTTY.
On 2/22/2010 2:41 PM, Vojtěch Zeisek wrote:
Dne Po 22. února 2010 19:33:45 Kevin E. Thorpe napsal(a):
K. Elo wrote:
22.02.2010 19:53, xin wei wrote:
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 and SSH....:( Memory limitation forces me to switch from
windows to Linux cluster.....
Could you provide us with more information about the software you use
for establishing the ssh connection (i.e. your ssh client). I suppose
you are connecting a linux server (having R on it) from a windows
system, aren't you? And you use a ssh client software, right? There
should be an "enable X11 forwarding" (or something similar) option in
your ssh client application. You should look e.g. in "connection
When I have to work from Windows (i do not like it:-), I use Putty
http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/ - there is possibility to
enable X11 forwarding enabling using also applications with windows. But here
I can not help - see documentation. Another possibility should be exporting
the graphs to files without viewing and then downloading using SCP or SFTP. Or
it might be possible to use some VNC client and to connect to the server with
full-featured remote desktop. But here more information would provide local
Agree. Sounds like you are using a client on Windows. Also, Vojtech
Zeisek's reply is pertinent too.
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