[R-SIG-Mac]R Aqua (part III)

Stefano Iacus jago@mclink.it
Sat, 17 Aug 2002 19:51:00 +0200

I've found where the problem is with RAqua.

I have accidentally hardcoded the R_HOME directory. To make RAqua 
working properly on your machines you have to edit one file.

Suppose you have unpacked RAqua.tgz in your user directory, i.e.


so you have the following directory


then you have to edit the file


the first line is where R_HOME is defined. What you find there actually 


so you have to change it with something as follows


In any case, be sure it is an absolute path. To see which is the correct 
path simply use "pwd" from the terminal window, i.e.

cd R.app/Contents

the output of pwd is what you have to use in the definition of R_HOME_DIR

enjoy it