[R] Assistance in installing R

From: Stan Horwitz <stan_at_temple.edu>
Date: Tue, 27 May 2008 12:37:41 -0400


Greetings everyone;

I am not an R user; however, I am attempting to install R 2.7.0 on a multi-user server for use by students and faculty in the Statistics department here. I have an old version of R installed on the same server, and it works fine; however, I am running into a problem installing this new version. Is this the appropriate forum for posting installation problems? If not, please let me know. If I am in the correct place, I will post the details and hopefully, someone can tell me where I have gone wrong.

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Stan Horwitz
Temple University
Enterprise Systems Group
stan_at_temple.edu

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