[R] R 1.7.1 arima0 problem
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Mon Aug 4 09:32:00 CEST 2003
Note that those examples are run by `make check' during the installation
process, so the installation should have failed. How come that was not
RedHat 6.2 is rather old these days and as I recall came with flaky
compilers (the infamous gcc `2.96'). Was a released version of gcc used:
if not, please try one. In any case, this is a sign of a broken R
installation, and not a breakage that has been reported before.
On Mon, 4 Aug 2003, Uwe Ligges wrote:
> Yu Zhang wrote:
> > Hi, I'm trying to go through the examples for function
> > arima0() in ts package, i.e,
> >>arima0(lh, order = c(1,0,0))
> > each time the call to arima0() causes a segmentation
> > fault. I checked the earlier version (1.1.1) of R,
> > the function arima0 works fine.
> > Tracing the call indicates that the function
> > "setup_starma" (in pacf.c under ts) interprets
> > the addresses of the arguments incorrectly.
> > The problem seems to
> > be related to INTEGER(na), which re-align the address
> > of na which otherwise would be correct. Is it a known
> > problem with a quick fix or system-dependent? FYI, I'm
> > using R version 1.7.1 on redhat 6.2.
> > Any hints will be appreciated.
> Works for me on Windows. There is a function arima these days, did you
> try that one as well?
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