[R] Problem of running R console from Java on linux box
Prof Brian Ripley
ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
Sun Nov 2 12:07:24 CET 2008
On Sun, 2 Nov 2008, ZhaoWei wrote:
> Great, "--vanilla" works!
> Can you please tell me what this parameter means?
> And, it works with the execuatble(/usr/lib/R/bin/exec/R). I'm wondering
> is it possible to do the same with the shell script(/usr/bin/R), anyway
> when you type "R" in command line, it means the shell script.
It is intended for running the shell script, and it is documented in the
most basic manual ('An Introduction to R'), with which you ought to become
> Thanks again!
>>> Hi the list:
>>> I can not create R process from Java application with my linux box,
>>> the process never was created, or just terminated immediately after I
>>> called Runtime.getRuntime().exec(...)
>> Did you check the error stream? I think you want to start R with a
>> command line argument like "--vanilla", without /bin/sh.
>>> The command lines I have tried are(the paths are all correct):
>>> "/bin/sh /usr/bin/R"
>>> "/bin/sh -c /usr/bin/R"
>>> "/usr/lib/R/bin/exec/R"(also set R_HOME=/usr/lib/R)
>>> I also tried ProcessBuilder, which is no help. I'm confused, is this
>>> Many Thanks!
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>> Martin Morgan
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