I’m seeing a failure that I think has to do with the OS. But, I’m not a Jupyter user or a sys admin and am looking for some guidance…
I’m trying to launch an RStudio binder. I have created several other RStudio binders without problems, but this one is not working.
The RStudio IDE launches fine, but I cannot run the notebooks (e.g. 01_georeference.Rmd) due to the absence of “libudunits2.so” – I don’t think this is an R thing. Part of this error may be related to the fact that my .binder/install.R does identify
sf R package libraries among others, but they are not actually installed in the RStudio binder. The other R package libraries do install.
I’ve tried manually installing either of the two packages (sf or mapview) and get similar errors. The error message, inside the RStudio console, for
configure: error: in `/tmp/Rtmpg4Y9d6/R.INSTALL3b6e072c15/units’:
Configuration failed because libudunits2.so was not found. Try installing:
* deb: libudunits2-dev (Debian, Ubuntu, …)
* rpm: udunits2-devel (Fedora, EPEL, …)
* brew: udunits (OSX)
If udunits2 is already installed in a non-standard location, use:
if the library was not found, and/or:
if the header was not found, replacing paths with appropriate values.
You can alternatively set UDUNITS2_INCLUDE and UDUNITS2_LIBS manually.