My system is 64-bit centOS 6.5. The 64-bit version then is 0.98.766 and the following error appeared when installing RStudio Server preview version:
Refer to an article on stackoverflow:
Completion of the above steps is still not enough. Running
rstudio-server verify-installation still reports errors.
The problem lies in the lack of library files, but there is indeed a file as mentioned in the error report under
/usr/lib. Then let’s check the library files under
/ usr/lib64 :
We could find there is no
Attempting to create a soft link library files:
rstudio-server verify-installation test passed.
In the browser, when entering http:// <server IP>: 8787, you will find it impossible to get accessed. This is due to built-in firewall policy in centOS which have not added 8787 port. Next, modify the firewall configuration file:
-A INPUT -m state --state NEW -m tcp -p tcp --dport 22 -j ACCEPT after the following sentence:
So that you can access it!
Sometimes we want to restrict user access to Rstudio Server, then it is necessary to modify the configuration file
/etc/rstudio/rserver.conf, and add the following sentence:
Then add users groups rstudio_users and user supstat in the command line:
Then we can use supstat account to login in the Rstudio Server :
View the process:
We can see there are two rstudio-server-related processes: one is rserver system, and the other is the user supstat ‘s rsession.
System configuration and system management
For installing under ubuntu you can refer to Zhang Dan’s blog