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Aptitude is not installed by default in latest ubuntu servers so the answer should focused in how to solve it using apt-get not aptitude (which is the tool proposed in the other post and have to be installed previously in order to solve this issue) lists.ubuntu.com/archives/maverick-changes/2010-June/…-A number of people asked for it to be closed as duplicate, I have no particular opinion on the question.See https://ch/mailman/listinfo/r-sig-debian for more information. function to call update This will start the updating process of your R installation.
Done $ sudo apt-get upgrade Reading package lists...
Individual users can install R packages into their home directory. Renviron containing, e.g., The install.packages() and update.packages() functions will then work in directory ~/lib/R/library.
It is also possible to automatically create version-specific library trees; see ? The best place to report problems with these packages or ask R questions specific to Ubuntu is the R-SIG-Debian mailing list.
Done The following packages have been kept back: linux-generic-pae linux-headers-generic-pae linux-image-generic-pae 0 upgraded, 0 newly installed, 0 to remove and 3 not upgraded.
Any ideas why either nothing was updated, or why the count of 3 (from apt-get) is different than 42? (Other details: This is the server edition, no GUI; I haven't touched the apt configuration files; when I installed the software, I declined to allow automatic updates) @Chopper3: Though is true that this answer is really closed to the one spotted as duplicate, I cannot see how the OP may know that the command aptitude is related to this question.
Installing R packages not provided with Ubuntu first requires tools to compile the packages from source.