The normal way to customize the installation is by selecting components from the wizards shown by the installer. However, sysadmins might like to install R from scripts, and the following command-line flags are available for use with the installer.
only show the installation progress window and error messages.
only show error messages.
set the default installation directory
set the default Start-menu group name
set the initial list of components: Components are named ‘main’, ‘i386’, ‘x64’ and ‘translations’.
It is also possible to save the settings used to a file and later reload those settings using
save the settings to the specified file. Don’t forget to use the quotes if the filename contains spaces.
instructs the installer to load the settings from the specified file after having checked the command line.
A successful installation has exit code 0: unsuccessful ones may give 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5. See the help for Inno Setup (http://jrsoftware.org/) for details.
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