[R] tcl/tk & Windows2000?
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Thu Oct 4 17:15:43 CEST 2001
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Anne E. York
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On 4 Oct 2001, Peter Dalgaard BSA wrote:
>Mark Myatt <mark at myatt.demon.co.uk> writes:
>> C. Schulz <ozric at web.de> writes:
>> >i have some problems to run tcltk/R
>> >on with Win2000.
>> >With Win98 i have no problems !?
>> >When i do this in R, i get no message-error & tcl/tk
>> >is really here !
>> >,but after i use :
>> >,i get :
>> >Error in dyn.load(x, as.logical(local), as.logical(now)) :
>> >unable to load shared library "D:/XY/rw1030/library/tcltk/libs/tcl83":
>> >LoadLibrary failure: Das angegebene Modul wurde nicht gefunden.
>> >Error in library(tcltk) : .First.lib failed
>> >Tcl/Tk was correct installed, i used ActiveState TCL/TK, too.
>> >Is it possible i have copy some files to /winnt/system32 folder ?
>> Not of direct help but I find that Win2000 stops setup routines writing
>> to both the system directory and the registry. I think you will need to
>> log in as a user with write rights to the system directories and re-
>> install your TCL/TK support libraries. Don't overwrite any newer files
>> as many of the system .DLLs are win2000 specific.
>Hmm. This looks more like it is ignoring the TCL_LIBRARY setting.
>Perhaps you should try to set it in a different way (in the .Renviron
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