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    If you encounter an error that prevents you from extracting the package from your PC, we hope this user guide will help you.

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    More on the Doing the Job system, please. If you are using Windows, Families should build Rtools (http://www.murdoch-sutherland.com/Rtools/To) from source. Visit this website for more information on how and what to install.

    Even on Linux, simply extracting each package file does not work. It can be automatically based on C code (as in the case of building the MSBVAR package), and even R code must be processed to be integrated into a single downloaded package that can be used at the same time as the library() function .

    You should also consider that any packages you want to install may have dependencies. For MSBVAR why these packages, packages are coda in addition to bit. If you’re building from source, you’ll also need to make sure the dependencies are installed, otherwise you and your family might run into errors.

    except the R CMD SETUP command, which you can try inside:

    # r CRANinstall.packages("MSBVAR", type="source")# from a local fileinstall.packages("/my/dir/MSBVAR.tar.gz", repos=NULL, type="source")
    # by CRANinstall.packages("MSBVAR")

    Dear Vasco,Thanks for your quick answer. For a while I tried unsuccessfully to install the “unpacked” package.

    install.packages(“~/Applications/R Packages/PrimerMiner-0.12”, repos=NULL, type=invalid “source”)

    Warning: package “/Users/sebastian/Applications/R Packages/PrimerMiner-0.12”.Error: ERROR: package not specifiedWarning here in install.packages: from installation device “/Users/sebastian/Applications/R Packages/PrimerMiner-0.12” non-zero status Start

    install.packages(“~/Applications/R Packages/PrimerMiner-0.12/PrimerMiner”, repos=NULL, development=Invalid “source”)

    Attention! Package “/Users/sebastian/Applications/R Packages/PrimerMiner-0.12/PrimerMiner”.Error: ERROR: no packages specifiedWarning by all install.packages: from installation package “/Users/sebastian/Applications/R Packages/PrimerMiner-0.12/PrimerMiner” had a non-zero exit statusI’m porting R 3.3.1 to RStudio on macOS Sierra if that helps.Many thanks.Sebastian

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    It was very unpleasant. I’m trying to make a few more changes to the package from Matt Johnson, although I was able to get the version he sent me to install it perfectly, I couldn’t open it, do a good edit, reload, and noThen R CMD TO INSTALL . I used to pull out my hair. The error I got:
    ERROR: Cannot create package from "hrm-rev9.tar.gz"

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  • Secret: You have the correct name.
    R CMD INSTALL hrm-rev9.tar.gz
    puke. But
    R CMD INSTALL hrm_0.1-9.tar.gz
    works good. I’m sure the documents are there. I couldn’t tell.

    As always, I made the last script for people: (updated 06/17/2010 3:41 AM)
    #!/bin/bash# Quick script, if you need to tar and gzip a package, remove the old one, install and install the new one# I'll add options to the autopilot tag and post later.#Define the library I'm usingLIB="/home/vanhoudn/R/i486-pc-linux-gnu-library/2.10/"#To fixsvn hand over -m "make a commit"Get # svn version numberREV=`svn info -R | review | cut -d: -v 2 | sort -g -r | Spirit -n 1 | Zed's///g'`#Create a filenameFILE NAME="hrm_0.1-$REV.tar.gz"# I need to tar the package to be able to install it.# I'd say change to the parent directory and work from there.CD..# Exclude all hidden files directly in directories (svn has a different bunch)# and add files with namestar czf $FILENAME --exclude '.*' hrm/hrm DESCRIPTION/SIMPLERANGE OF NAMES hrm/src hrm/R# Remove the old plan from the packageR DELETE CMD -m $LIB hour# Install the new packageR CMD $FILE_NAME# Set cleanrm $FILENAME# Go back to our last index numbercd um Richard A. okeefe ok next to cs. otago.ac.z
    Thu May 20 01:27:29 CEST 2004

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