Abstract This is a quick guide for using the My SQL SLES repository to install and upgrade My SQL on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES).
when you try to compile the source code don't compile it in the same directory instead create a directory called "build" or what ever inside the source code and then run compile from it like "$./../configure" and "$./../make" with what ever options you want from inside the build directory. Any feedback about the split-up of R-base is very appreciated!Obviously you only get the version of R that was current, when a open SUSE release got frozen. 42.1 contains R-3.2.2 but we already have R-3.3.2 out by now. Since a few weeks there are maintenance updates to older releases of open SUSE or SLE whenever a new release of R occurs.For additional documentation on My SQL products, including translations of the documentation into other languages, and downloadable versions in variety of formats, including HTML and PDF formats, see the My SQL Documentation Library.Document generated on: 2017-01-25 (revision: 50455) The following instructions assume that no versions of My SQL (whether distributed by Oracle or other parties) have already been installed on your system; if that is not the case, follow instead the instructions given in Replacing My SQL Installed by an RPM from Other Sources. Parsing metadata for SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP4...
Parsing metadata for SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 SP4-20130716-134348... skipping package 'gcc' (already installed) Summary: Nothing to do.
So you should stay current with R releases if you perform your regular OS upodates.
Below for at least all actively maintained releases of open SUSE available. For your convenience older releases are supported as long as no work is required to keep R compiling for those unmaintained releases of open SUSE.
Furthermore the adventurous can download packages for Factory and Tumbleweed. All these packages provide a resource 'R-base' for installation.
In subproject R-released you'll find the latest released version of R.
The requirement of texinfo 5.1 in R-3.2.0 leads to a shorter list of supported releases.