[Rd] RGui Startup Error on Win2000 (PR#3084)
gzambre at 4dv.net
Fri May 23 11:10:31 MEST 2003
I just did some experimentation. The problem on my computer comes from
tseries.zip. I removed the directories "/library/tseries" and
"/library/waveslim" and R started up fine. Then I restored
"/library/waveslim" ; again R started fine. I then removed
"/library/waveslim" and restored "/library/tseries"; and R DID NOT start up
fine. I don't know what version of tseries it is. It is just the current
tseries.zip off of the United States mirror http://cran.us.r-project.org/
dated 04-Mar-2003 12:57 .
I just downloaded tseries_0.9-11.tgz and from the changelog it suggests I
have version 0.9-10. This might be the problem.
waveslim, though, works just great. This beats Octave !
----- Original Message -----
From: "Uwe Ligges" <ligges at statistik.uni-dortmund.de>
To: <gzambre at ieee.org>
Cc: <r-devel at stat.math.ethz.ch>; "Joaquin Diaz-Saiz"
<xoaquin at worldnet.att.net>
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2003 9:34 AM
Subject: Re: [Rd] RGui Startup Error on Win2000 (PR#3084)
> gzambre at ieee.org wrote:
> > Full_Name: Girish Zambre
> > Version: 1.7.0
> > OS: Win2000
> > Submission from: (NULL) (184.108.40.206)
> > I just started looking at and trying R. The problem could be external
to R, but
> > I really don't know. It reads
> > 'The instruction at "0x004412f0" referenced memory a "0x0095e40c". the
> > could not be "read" '
> > I get this after installing modules "waveslim.zip" and "tseries.zip" and
> > restarting.
> Dear all,
> this is the 2nd bug report on this within one or two days (the other one
> has #3079).
> Please check
> a) whether there is really a bug and
> b) whether it has been reported before.
> And again two questions:
> a) which version of *package* tseries?
> b) what way did you install it?
> For me
> I guess you downloaded a tseries version that was compiled for R<1.7.0.
> The most recent Windows binary on CRAN ( != most recent tseries version)
> for R-1.7.0 should be called tseries_0.9-11.zip on
> CRAN/bin/windows/contrib/1.7 --- note the 1.7!!!
> Joaquin and Girish, does the correct binary solve your problem?
> Uwe Ligges
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