After having installed R on the sandbox, I tried to install the rmr2 package by following the official instructions. But I was having trouble even installing the dependency packages before I could actually install rmr2.
I got the following error message repeated as many times as the number of packages I was trying to install:
/usr/lib64/R/bin/R:line 8:uname:command not found /usr/lib64/R/bin/R:line 143:exec:sh: not found
I have also tried add the following to the end of the install.packages command, but didn't help:
..., repos='http://cran.revolutionanalytics.com', dependencies=TRUE
Any help will be much appreciated!
Please make sure you have epel.repo in place to Download R-package 1st -
Install R package - http://www.jason-french.com/blog/2013/03/11/installing-r-in-linux/
Install RMR2 and other components
Hi there, thank you for the reply. I just double checked that I have the most updated epel. And I was following the instructions in the last two links you provided, but still having this problem...
Try this - [I tested and it worked for me]
1. Login to linux/centos box using root -
2. execute - $R
3. You will get Rshell then type -
4. select 33
5. select 44
6. Note execute -
>> install.packages(c("rJava ","bitops","RJSONIO","digest","functional","Rcpp","stringr","plyr","reshape2","codetools","dplyr","R.methodsS3","caTools","Hmisc"))
Installing packages into ‘/usr/lib64/R/library’
Let me know still if it fails.
@Sagar Shimpi I retried your suggestion, and this time somehow there were 33 options, so I did as you suggested. But the installation still failed. I think it might have something to do with the PATH not including the right directories where those commands are stored, hence the error messages. I did as the second reply on this post suggested, but ended up having a similar error, except the command not found is a different one. I don't know if you have any thoughts on this. Much thanks!