[Rd] Compilation problems
André Z. D. A.
andrezda10 at yandex.com
Sat Aug 9 16:50:16 CEST 2014
> Worst case is that you'll have to install TeX in your local user directory.
I'll try to find it again. The search I tried didn't look as easy, very few results, none helpful. And if I could install *just the fonts* on my local dir, instead of the full TeX, it would be perfect. But I don't know how to do it. Is it possible?
> Second, your JVM is requesting more memory than is available on the
> box. How much memory do you have available? Make sure you have a
> sufficient amount that is free. Worst case you can set the Xmx variable
> to reduce max memory allowed to the JVM, but your app performance
> will be pathetic.
The Xmx variable from what? From R's code? Or is it java config?
The server is pretty big. 12GiB RaM and 500GiB of disk free. Process' limits may exist (I guess), but I don't know how to find about them.
---------------------------- "Brian Lee Yung Rowe" wrote: ----------------------------
> Hi your first problem is a common issue. Make sure you TeX installation has the inconsolata.sty file installed. There are numerous pages on the web to address this. Worst case is that you'll have to install TeX in your local user directory.
> Second, your JVM is requesting more memory than is available on the box. How much memory do you have available? Make sure you have a sufficient amount that is free. Worst case you can set the Xmx variable to reduce max memory allowed to the JVM, but your app performance will be pathetic.
> Good luck,
> Brian Lee Yung RoweFounder, Zato Novo
> Professor, M.S. Data Analytics, CUNY
> On Aug 9, 2014, at 7:41 AM, "André Z. D. A." <andrezda10 at yandex.com> wrote:
>> I'm trying to compile and install R for my user in a machine without admin privileges. I have done this before, so this is fine. But I have 2 problems with R compilation right now.
>> After ./configure --prefix=/home/me/dir/ I get this:
>> R is now configured for x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu
>> Source directory: .
>> Installation directory: /home/balacobaco/bbin
>> C compiler: gcc -std=gnu99 -g -O2
>> Fortran 77 compiler: gfortran -g -O2
>> C++ compiler: g++ -g -O2
>> C++ 11 compiler: g++ -std=c++11 -g -O2
>> Fortran 90/95 compiler: gfortran -g -O2
>> Obj-C compiler:
>> Interfaces supported: X11, tcltk
>> External libraries: readline, ICU
>> Additional capabilities: PNG, JPEG, TIFF, NLS, cairo
>> Options enabled: shared BLAS, R profiling
>> Recommended packages: yes
>> configure: WARNING: neither inconsolata.sty nor zi4.sty found: PDF vignettes and package manuals will not be rendered optimally
>> Problem 1) How do I get rid of this warning about "inconsolata.sty" and "zi4.sty". Can I have this file locally for my installation or compilation? Where do I download it? Where do I put them?
>> Problem 2) The compilation fails with the following message:
>> configuring Java ...
>> Java interpreter : /usr/bin/java
>> Could not create the Java virtual machine.
>> Error occurred during initialization of VM
>> Could not reserve enough space for object heap
>> *** Java interpreter doesn't work properly.
>> make: [stamp-java] Error 1 (ignored)
>> make: Leaving directory `/home/me/dir'
>> What happened? What's wrong with my server's java? What caused this error, so I can try to fix or skip it, if possible.
>> Thank you,
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