[R] About Tinn-R

Steve Lianoglou mailinglist.honeypot at gmail.com
Mon Apr 11 02:30:11 CEST 2011


On Sun, Apr 10, 2011 at 5:13 PM, Marcos Prunello <marcospru at yahoo.com.ar> wrote:
> Hi everybody!!
> I don`t know if it is correct to make a question about R and Tinn-R in this mailing-list, but I need some help with a problem for which I don't find a solution anywhere.

If you go to Tinn-R's "Support" section at sourceforge:


There is a sentence there that says:

Tinn-R says the best way to get help with its software is by using its
forum Open Discussion.

And provides a link to:


So I guess you'll have better luck with an answer if you post your
question there.

Also, rstudio is meant to be a nice IDE (in development) that you
might want to try if Tinn-R keeps giving you problems:



> I have Tinn-R in my notebook and I always used it with no problems, until a few days ago when this signs appears everytime I start the programme:
> "Key Violation.
> C:/Documents and Settings/Marcos/Datos de programa/Tinn-R
> Serious problem reading ini files!
> Tinn-R can not be initiated.
> Please, try to rename (or remove) the folder above and restart the program!"
> I don't know what that means, I don`t have such folder in my notebook, and I always used it normally and suddenly it doesn't work anymore.
> I unistalled it and installed again several times, and I tried with the newest version of R and TinnR too. I can`t find help in internet, and I also cleaned the registry of the computer.
> Thanks in advance!!
> Marcos from Argentina
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Steve Lianoglou
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