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Re: [Condor-users] Accessing depending files

When you say you want to avoid sharing them, do you mean distributing them?  You might try putting them in a publicly accessible folder that allows anyone to read, but only some to write, or a public share.


On 2010-11-16, at 3:14 PM, Shruti Mudra wrote:

> Hi Everyone,
> I have a R program which calls other R programs and every time i run this 
> program I get a error saying 
> Error in file(file, "r", encoding = encoding) : 
>  cannot open the connection
> Calls: source -> file
> In addition: Warning message:
> In file(file, "r", encoding = encoding) :
>  cannot open file 
> 'C:/Users/OmegaAdmin/Desktop/test_Simulations/Test_Functions/sqrt.r': No such 
> file or directory/Permission denied
> Execution halted
> to Solve this problem I every time share the dependent files to everyone using 
> the system, this requires administrative password, after the dependent files are 
> shared then the program runs well,can anyone tell me how to solve this 
> problem (avoid sharing the dependent files ).
> Thanks,
> Shruti.
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Ben Burnett
Department of Math & Computer Science
Optimization Research Group
University of Lethbridge

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