Download RStudio Server v0.99.451

RStudio Server enables you to provide a browser based interface to a version of R running on a remote Linux server, bringing the power and productivity of the RStudio IDE to server-based deployments of R.

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Prerequisites

RStudio Server v0.99 requires Debian version 8 (or higher) or Ubuntu version 12.04 (or higher).

Installing R
RStudio requires a previous installation of R version 2.11.1 or higher. To install the latest version of R you should first add the CRAN repository to your system as described here:

You can then install R using the following command:

$ sudo apt-get install r-base

 

NOTE: if you do not add the CRAN Debian or Ubuntu repository as described above this command will install the version of R corresponding to your current system version. Since this version of R may be a year or two old it is strongly recommended that you add the CRAN repositories so you can run the most up to date version of R.

Download and Install

To download and install RStudio Server open a terminal window and execute the following commands (corresponding to the 32 or 64-bit version as appropriate). Note that the gdebi-core package is installed first so that gdebi can be used to install RStudio and all of its dependencies.

64bit
Size:  47 MB
MD5: 5b8d465267d6a5faea6a04f18fd7e0d6
Version:  0.99.451
Released:  2015-07-01

$ sudo apt-get install gdebi-core
$ wget http://download2.rstudio.org/rstudio-server-0.99.451-amd64.deb
$ sudo gdebi rstudio-server-0.99.451-amd64.deb
32bit
Size:  39.9 MB
MD5: b28ce199d2c9c39cf3f779dacd1c16f1
Version:  0.99.451
Released:  2015-07-01

$ sudo apt-get install gdebi-core
$ wget http://download2.rstudio.org/rstudio-server-0.99.451-i386.deb
$ sudo gdebi rstudio-server-0.99.451-i386.deb

 

Next Steps

See the Getting Started document for information configuring and managing the server.

Prerequisites

RStudio Server v0.99 requires RedHat or CentOS version 5.4 (or higher).

RStudio Server has several dependencies on packages (including R itself) found in the Extra Packages for Enterprise Linux (EPEL) repository. If you don’t already have this repository available you should add it to your system using the instructions found on the Fedora EPEL website.

After enabling EPEL you should then ensure that you have installed the version of R available from EPEL. You can do this using the following command:

$ sudo yum install R

 

RedHat/CentOS 6 and 7

To download and install RStudio Server open a terminal window and execute the commands corresponding to the 32 or 64-bit version as appropriate.

64bit
Size:  33.4 MB
MD5: c50042ee8e8fc03a0bf1a4474286a26d
Version:  0.99.451
Released:  2015-07-01

$ wget http://download2.rstudio.org/rstudio-server-rhel-0.99.451-x86_64.rpm
$ sudo yum install --nogpgcheck rstudio-server-rhel-0.99.451-x86_64.rpm
32bit
Size:  32.5 MB
MD5: f6c0ead7b3d9a0224d3d13bddc8301a3
Version:  0.99.451
Released:  2015-07-01

$ wget http://download2.rstudio.org/rstudio-server-rhel-0.99.451-i686.rpm
$ sudo yum install --nogpgcheck rstudio-server-rhel-0.99.451-i686.rpm

 

RedHat/CentOS 5

To download and install RStudio Server open a terminal window and execute the commands corresponding to the 32 or 64-bit version as appropriate.

64bit
Size:  41.1 MB
MD5: 740699b3cde56be5ddaa86486b424ce3
Version:  0.99.451
Released:  2015-07-01

$ wget http://download2.rstudio.org/rstudio-server-rhel5-0.99.451-x86_64.rpm
$ sudo yum install --nogpgcheck rstudio-server-rhel5-0.99.451-x86_64.rpm
32bit
Size:  40.1 MB
MD5: 5e96625690ff3128861eb4717944c0eb
Version:  0.99.451
Released:  2015-07-01

$ wget http://download2.rstudio.org/rstudio-server-rhel5-0.99.451-i686.rpm
$ sudo yum install --nogpgcheck rstudio-server-rhel5-0.99.451-i686.rpm

 

Next Steps

See the Getting Started document for information configuring and managing the server.

Prerequisites

RStudio Server v0.99 requires openSUSE or SLES version 11 (or higher).

Installing R

You can install R for SUSE Linux using the instructions on the CRAN SUSE download page: http://cran.rstudio.com/bin/linux/suse/.

Note that the binaries linked to from this page have one additional requirement that isn’t satisfied using the default repositories. Before installing R you should install the libgfortran43 package. This package is available from the SUSE Linux Enterprise SDK. If the SDK repository is available in your environment you can install libgfortran43 as follows:

$ sudo zypper install libgfortran43

Download and Install

To download and install RStudio Server open a terminal window and execute the commands corresponding to the 32 or 64-bit version as appropriate.

64bit
Size:  42.5 MB
MD5: 2f807c96d40a56f9c14c6c2f05eae0e8
Version:  0.99.451
Released:  2015-07-01

$ wget http://download2.rstudio.org/rstudio-server-suse-0.99.451-x86_64.rpm
$ sudo zypper install rstudio-server-suse-0.99.451-x86_64.rpm
32bit
Size:  40.9 MB
MD5: ef4f3ccb2bd3057a7d86a8244a96bd6a
Version:  0.99.451
Released:  2015-07-01

$ wget http://download2.rstudio.org/rstudio-server-suse-0.99.451-i686.rpm
$ sudo zypper install rstudio-server-suse-0.99.451-i686.rpm

Next Steps

After installing please see the  RStudio Server Administrator’s Guide for information on configuring and managing the server.


To install RStudio on other platforms you will need to build and install from source. Note that while it is likely that RStudio will correctly compile and install on your target platform the only platforms currently tested and certified are Debian, Ubuntu, and RedHat/CentOS.

A tarball containing source code for RStudio v0.99.451 can be downloaded from here.

The INSTALL file within the source distribution contains additional instructions on how to build and install from source. After successfully performing a make install you should also be sure to install the additional scripts and configuration files found within the src/server/extras directory (the INSTALL file describes these extras in more detail).

Next Steps
See the Getting Started document for information configuring and managing the server.