[R-SIG-Mac] [R] How to run Rcmdr with OS 10.4?
jfox at mcmaster.ca
Wed Oct 12 18:11:26 CEST 2011
I'm moving this discussion to the r-sig-mac list, where you're more likely to get an informative response.
The Rcmdr package did work with Mac OS X 10.4 and versions 2.9.2 and 2.10.2 of R, but all of these versions are quite old, and I'm afraid that I no longer have an OS X 10.4 system. Maybe someone else with better memory of Mac OS X versions and older versions of R for the Mac will be able to tell you what to do. I do recall something about starting up X11 directly.
It looks as if the problem lies with Tcl/Tk, and you could check that by loading and testing the tcltk package independently of the Rcmdr, e.g.,
Senator William McMaster
Professor of Social Statistics
Department of Sociology
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
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> I've installed Rcmdr package and it doesn't run Here is the error message:
> R version 2.9.2 (2009-08-24)
> [R.app GUI 1.29 (5464) powerpc-apple-darwin8.11.1]
> [Workspace restored from /Users/jfc/Documents/TravauxFR/.RData]
> Le chargement a nécessité le package : tcltk Chargement de Tcl/Tk... terminé
> Le chargement a nécessité le package : car Error in
> structure(.External("dotTclObjv", objv, PACKAGE = "tcltk"), class = "tclObj")
> [tcl] invalid command name "font".
> De plus : Warning message:
> In fun(...) : couldn't connect to display ":0"
> Error : .onAttach a échoué dans 'attachNamespace'
> Erreur : le chargement du package / espace de noms a échoué pour 'Rcmdr'
> I've tried another version 2.10.2 and Rcmdr with its dependences and it
> returns the same warnings!
> I feel that something lacks on my computer. X11 works and I've installed
> TcTlk 8.5.5-x11.
> What else to do?
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