spaMM is conceived to minimize installation issues but it nevertheless suggests using some external libraries. These are all accessed through R packages so their installation should be easy when installing binary packages. The Details below give hints for installing packages from source. For all cases not considered below, help yourself. Windows users should have a look at the package manager in the Rtools40 bash shell.
ROI.plugin.glpk package requires the
Rglpk package, which itself requires the external
glpk library. For the latter, Debian-ists and alikes should
sudo apt-get install libglpk-dev. MacOSX users should
brew install glpk if using
brew; Windows users should try using
pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-glpk in the Rtools40 bash shell, together with
Sys.setenv(GLPK_HOME = "$(MINGW_PREFIX)") in the R session (but I have not fully tested this; previously I had to install glpk from https://sourceforge.net/projects/winglpk/).
nloptr package requires the external
NLopt library. Windows users should try using
pacman -S mingw-w64-x86_64-nlopt in the Rtools40 bash shell (but again I have not fully tested this; see also the README of
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