Subject: Re: R without X11? (PR#259)
From: Thomas Lumley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 29 Aug 1999 - 08:38:25 EST
On Sat, 28 Aug 1999 email@example.com wrote:
> I am attempting to compile R-0.64.2 under Caldera OpenLinux 2.2. I have
> KDE installed but not gnome. When I ran configure, it correctly
> indicated that gnome is not installed. However when I then ran make, I
> received errors complaining that the include file X11/X.h and similar
> are not found. Is X11 required for R? If not, how can a work around
X11 does seem to be required for R. Although there is a configure
option --without-x or --with-x=no, it doesn't appear to work.
However, you do have X11 on your machine if you have KDE, and you
definitely do want to use X11 in R to get graphics.
You may not have the X11 header files installed -- they should be
somewhere under /usr/X11 or /usr/include/X11. If the header files aren't
installed then you will need to install them. They will be on your
distribution CD, perhaps in a package called something like x-devel.
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