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comment How to know if the running platform is Ubuntu or CentOS with help of a Bash script?
This can probably be simplified using the lsb_release tool, which should read out the same files. lsb_release -i reports either Distributor ID: Ubuntu or Distributor ID: CentOS in these cases.
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comment Avoid Upgrade to Software Beta Versions
Both the "official" CRAN Ubuntu repository and the ~marutter PPA now appear to have this version (the package is called 3.0.3.20140328 but identifies itself as 3.1.0 beta), so you probably got it from one of those. Running update.packages(checkBuilt=T) should solve most problems with R packages not loading though.
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comment Avoid Upgrade to Software Beta Versions
The version of R provided by Ubuntu 12.04 is still 2.14 (see packages.ubuntu.com/search?keywords=r-base ) - so you have added some repository which has provided a beta version.
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comment How do I Install X13-arima-seats for Rstudio from source?
If the makefile is called makefile.g77 instead of the normal Makefile, the error No targets specified... is because the makefile is not being detected. Try make -f makefile.g77 to explicitly specify the makefile to use.
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