Install R 2.15 and further versions in Debian Squeeze

April 6, 2012

(This article was first published on Computational Biology Blog in fasta format, and kindly contributed to R-bloggers)

The last Friday, March 30th, the last stable version of R, the version 2.15.0 was released.

So, to install it in Debian Squeeze, or in another Distro powered by Debian (I actually use CrunchBang Linux), just follow the same instructions described here for the installation of R 2.14.2 by clicking here.
Do not forget to upgrade the packages too.

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