[R] Rpad Server Installation on Windows XP

From: Minjeong Ahn <ahnmj_at_MIT.EDU>
Date: Sat 08 Jul 2006 - 01:53:30 EST

 Hello,
 I have a question about Rpad Server Installation on Windows XP.  Here is a guide
 
http://www.rpad.org/Rpad/ServerNotes.html  and I have been reading this more than ten times to figure this out, but  still having trouble executing a Rpad website properly.

 Problem: for example, if I go to http://loclhost/Rpad/example1.rpad,  I can see the whole website with the page loading sign staying on my  screen (like forever)
 but if I push "calculate" button noting happens and the "page loading"  sign goes away.

 Here, I think I have completed all steps needed,  but I think I got something wrong with "Install the StatisticeR  _perl_interface that come with Rpad in the serverversion directory." part.

 My Question: When I try installing serverversion files, I used
-perl makefile.pl
-nmake
-nmake install

 in C:/Perl/bin directory. But I think the directory of perl might be  some problem. I asked somebody out a week ago and he said I have to  install perl on my path. Actually I don't quite know which directory  he is talking about. I'm using xampp advanced version, so I should have  perl installed and also I have active perl installed on my computer  (c:/perl) What am I getting wrong?

 Question2: Do I have to install rterm too? If so, where?

 Any of your advice will be very appreciated.  Thank you for your reading and have a great day everybody!

 best,
 Claire Ahn
 MIT



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