jtlipowski at mac.com
Fri Mar 16 08:51:57 PDT 2007
Environment incorrectly set is a common problem.
On Mar 16, 2007, at 11:25 AM, Matthieu Dubois wrote:
> the problem is R software, who check its external dependencies only
> in /usr/local. Thanks to a R archive, Gtk2 was recognised by first
> entering in the bash the following line:
> export PATH=/opt/local/bin:$PATH
> Best regards,
> Le 16 Mar 2007 à 14:46, Joseph Lipowski a écrit :
>> I am a bit of a newbie also. Generally you can run " make check"
>> after the "make install". I don't know if ithat is still valid
>> using macports. It is likely the case, though I typically install
>> manually so I may be in error.
>> Best regards,
>> Joe Lipowski
>> On Mar 16, 2007, at 9:34 AM, Matthieu Dubois wrote:
>>> Dear Macports Users,
>>> I am newbie to macports and even to the terminal. I needed gtk2
>>> for compatibility with RGtk2 (a R stat software package). I thus
>>> installed mac ports (from binary), and port install gtk2 without
>>> any problem. However, when trying to to install the R package
>>> (within R, of course), no GTK was detected (and installation
>>> failed). Checking the path in my ~/.profile gives:
>>> export PATH=/opt/local/bin:/opt/local/sbin:$PATH
>>> Thus, my --certainly-- basic question: what's wrong ? How can I
>>> check that gtk2 was correctly installed (port installed indicates
>>> gtk2 was installed) and accessible ?
>>> Thanks a lot,
>>> Matthieu Dubois
>>> macports-users mailing list
>>> macports-users at lists.macosforge.org
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