Hi, Michael. I remember that some people have had this sort of
problem. There is a registry file in Bugs that is altered by
R2WinBugs. The registry file is in the directory,
P.S. I'm cc-ing the Bugs email list because others might be having
these problems too.
Michael C. Herron wrote:
> As you may recall from an email exchange we had a month or so ago, I
> am teaching a Bayesian class at University of Rochester this semester.
> The students in the class are using R and your R2WinBUGS code.
> Software is installed on a network of XP boxes.
> We are having a variety of file permission problems. One problem was
> that scripts.txt could not be written to by non-admin users, but I
> fixed this by asking the network admin to make scripts.txt world
> writeable and readable. Now, there are permission problem with some
> sort of a registry file.
> Does this sort of a thing ring a bell to you? My system admin skills
> are mainly in the unix world. Because of this I cannot tell if the
> registry permission issue reflects network problems in the statistics
> lab or the fact that WinBUGS is usually installed in a location that
> can be written to by users.
> Thanks. If you have any insight on this I would appreciate it. And
> thanks as well for the newsletter article with Park and Kaplan on
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