[R] R in Windows 11 ARM (in Parallels)
m@rc_@chw@rtz @end|ng |rom me@com
Mon Mar 7 19:28:51 CET 2022
A couple of things to add:
1. You might find a more focused audience for this question on r-sig-mac:
given the cross-platform nature of the query, while running R and Parallels/Windows 11 on Apple silicon.
2. My understanding is that x64 (Intel 64 bit) emulation is relatively immature running under Windows 11 ARM, even on native Windows targeted ARM hardware, much less on Apple silicon. It was just announced last November, in contrast to 32 bit Intel emulation on ARM, which has been around somewhat longer. Thus, the additional layer of running Windows 11 ARM under Parallels on Apple silicon may be a confounding issue.
As a result, you might also consider posting to Parallels' own support forums to get a sense from them as to the current nature of their support and any known issues running x64 apps in their VM, under Windows 11 ARM. There may be nuances to the required configuration to get 64-bit R for Windows running under that combination of characteristics.
On March 7, 2022 at 11:19:15 AM, Jeff Newmiller (jdnewmil using dcn.davis.ca.us (mailto:jdnewmil using dcn.davis.ca.us)) wrote:
> I doubt any R Core developers have tested such a configuration. Perhaps you can ferret out why amd64 emulation in a Windows 11 ARM VM is not working and inform them if there is anything on the R side that is causing problems? I suspect this is an issue completely outside of their control though... you have emulation inside a VM that is fresh out of the oven...
> On March 7, 2022 4:21:11 AM PST, Erich Subscriptions wrote:
> >I tried to Install R in Windows 11 ARM in Parallels on a Mac M1.
> >The installed only offered to install the 32bit version (of R for Windows).
> >This installation works.
> >When I tried to install the 64bit version, I could install it,
> >but it does not run.
> >Is it possible to make it run?
> >Erich Neuwirth
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