PATH on NT/2000

Rodney Sparapani rsparapa at
Wed Feb 6 15:47:35 CET 2002


I don't know what it is called in German, but in English it should be found on 
the Start Menu under Settings -> Control Panel -> System -> Environment 


>Date: 6 Feb 2002 14:50:55 +0100
>From: "Lorenz Gygax" <gygax at>
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>Dear all,
>I would like to work with R using ESS. (Unfortunately?) I need to do this
>on a windows machine (Windows2000).
>I have got the most recent version of R/emacs/ESS and it seems that I
>could install them correctly. The M-x R is recognized in the emacs but
>obviously it can not find the Rterm command. I can not use the command
>Rterm in a command window either (except if it is in the current
>directory). Thus, it seems that I did not conduct the path specification
>I have looked around in the archives but did not find an answer. In the
>installation readme it says: "On Windows NT/2000, add the directories to
>the PATH using the MyComputer menu." But can any one enlighten me what the
>MyComputer menu is? (Possibly using some kind of description as my Windows
>is in German.)
>Many thanks and regards, Lorenz Gygax (Ifi, Univ. of Zurich, Switzerland)
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Rodney Sparapani              Medical College of Wisconsin
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