[R] What Directs R to Executable Directory?
wdunlap at tibco.com
Tue Apr 8 03:22:00 CEST 2014
Running the Linux commands
echo $PATH | sed -e 's/:/\n/g'
might give you a hint.
(Exactly what did you install in /usr?)
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> Subject: [R] What Directs R to Executable Directory?
> I apparently had a prior version of R in /usr/local/, but deleted all
> R files in that subdirectory. Rebuilt R-3.0.3 and installed it in /usr/.
> However, when I try to start R as either a user or as root it aborts because
> it cannot find /usr/local/bin/R.
> Where is this information stored? I need to either edit that file or
> remove it so R can happily find all it wants in /usr/.
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