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How can I make it be automatically installed this way but as a dependency for another package? Unicorn Meta Zoo 9: Please log in to add an answer. Since today I am using the R Version 3. My package requires “xlsx” package to export data as excel files. Powered by Biostar version Today I try to install the packages “xlsx” and “xlsxjars” for my new installation but it didn’t work. And check whether your Java version is correct for the package and the bit-ness of your installation.
Doesn’t sound like a good idea to me.
Every time I try to install the packages install. Improving the question-asking experience.
TimR TimR 6 3 3 bronze badges. How do we handle problem users? It fixed xxlsxjars problem for me. Active 3 years, 6 months ago. This procedure generates the following massage: I hope there is anyone out there who had already installed the aforesaid packages in R Version 3.
The –no-multiarch option in particular is only relevant when installing from source on Windows or Mac.
Installing and Loading xlsx package in R with Ubuntu
Have you tried downloading the package and installing from source? Other packages can be installed smoothly without any problems.
So all you can and should do is assume that depending packages are already installed and working properly on the user’s machine. How can I specify a dependent package to be installed with an option? I googled it and found “install. Otherwise, installation of “xlsx” will end with an error.
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