R 3.4.0 Installation Bug

Kevin Feasel

2017-05-05

Bugs, R

Steph Locke notes that there was a bug in the R 3.4.0 for Windows installation executable:

If you’re getting the following error when you’ve installed R 3.4.0 on Windows, you’re not alone.

Error in if (file.exists(dest) && file.mtime(dest) > file.mtime(lib) && :
missing value where TRUE/FALSE needed

Read on for the solution.

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