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15 Mar Caveat: I work much more on Linux than Windows: is a historical left- over as back in the day, you could not do R CMD something on Windows but needed the special executable something. That is no longer the case, yet it is provided for backwards compatibility. is also a holdover from the. is a type of EXE file associated with Microsoft Windows NT Server Resource Kit CD-ROM developed by Microsoft for the Windows Operating System. Microsoft Windows NT Server Resource Kit CD-ROM) on your PC. Virus or malware infection that has corrupted the file or. 30 Dec The new build and reload feature works with my home pc but not with my office pc. I'm using windows 7 on both pc's, but I have limited user privileges on my office pc. It seems that install command is not executed in the project folder of my package, because it says: Warning: invalid package ' '.
The client is a command-line program, The server end, , is installed and run as a service. That is, it can be stopped and started locally or remotely via the Control Panel Network application, or locally with the NET START and NET STOP commands. As a service, if configured to start automatically. GitHub is where people build software. More than 28 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 79 million projects. 22 Sep By default, the resource kit installs in \%systemroot%\Program Files\Resource Kit and stores the Remote Command Service files in a subdirectory named RCMD. The directory will contain two files: , the file you use to launch the command-line client (you can copy and use this client on any machine.
is in subfolder i (32bit) resp. x64 (64bit) of folder bin of your R installation directory. is not an R package. However, there is an R package called R commander. The above link shows alternative ways to handle Arlequin output files. For connections from/to R see also /. Best. 8 Jan For this, I looked for , > but did not find it. > Any hint where it could be? > (in version , it was in the bin directory) > > Frédéric Darboux You have to choose the option that installs the files for making *source* packages as well - and will be in the bin directory. Uwe Ligges. Hi Po, do you have the program "rcmd" on your computer? Probably not - normally you have to get it separately. Here, from the Windows FAQ, how you can also run R in batch mode with : Can I use R BATCH? Yes, if you have Perl and the files for making source packages (from rwexe) installed.