bwheeler at echip.com
Mon Feb 19 00:48:40 CET 2001
How do I say this politely? Thanks, for your
thought, but it isn't that simple.
The executable Rcmd.exe is not reading its command
line. I have no problem accessing it -- it just
isn't working the way I expect. I don't think its
my setup since other programs, such as Rgui take
command line input properly.
"M. Edward Borasky" wrote:
> What path settings do you have? Go to "Start -> Settings -> Control Panel ->
> System" and select the "Advanced" tab (This is on Windows 2000; it might be
> somewhere else on NT 4.0 -- my memory of NT 4.0 is a little dim after a year
> with Win2K :-) Then select "Environment Variables". There are two, one for
> "All Users" and one for whatever user you happen to be logged on as when you
> do this. If you're a stand-alone user on a workstation, you'll probably want
> to do it for "All Users", but if you're a user on a networked workstation,
> you might need to get someone with Administrator privileges to do this for
> In any case, the variable you want to change is "path". Select "path" and
> hit the "Edit" button. You will need to add whatever folder "check" resides
> in to that path variable. Go to the end of the string and add a *semi-colon*
> followed by the folder where "check" resides. Then hit the "OK" button,
> which will save the new "path". Then hit "OK" to close out the next window
> you get. You will get one more window; hit "OK" again.
> If you're doing the "Rcmd" in a Command Prompt window, you will need to
> close that window and open a new one to get the new definition of the
> environment variable. As a check, type "set | more" in the Command Prompt
> window. You will see the current definition of the "path" variable along
> with all other variables that are defined.
> Ed Borasky
> mailto:znmeb at aracnet.com
> Q: What phrase will you never hear Candice Bergen use?
> A: "My daddy didn't raise no dummies".
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: owner-r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch
> > [mailto:owner-r-help at stat.math.ethz.ch]On Behalf Of Bob Wheeler
> > Sent: Sunday, February 18, 2001 1:27 PM
> > To: R help
> > Subject: [R] Rcmd
> > I'm running Windows NT4. Rcmd does not seen to
> > read the command line. Rterm and other things work
> > well. For example "Rcmd check --help" fails with
> > the command interpreter trying to find a program
> > or file called "check." What have I missed?
> > --
> > Bob Wheeler --- (Reply to: bwheeler at echip.com)
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