I just installed R (4.1.2) and R studio as a complete beginner in Windows 10, and I am trying to install a package called "vcfR".
I wanted to create a specific environment to separate core packages from the ones added by me, creating a folder on this location "C:\Users\Iñigo\R_lib".
However, RStudio raises this error whenever I call .libPaths() to check the default library path. I did not add any locations with c() yet:
> .libPaths()  "C:/Program Files/R/R-4.1.2/library" Warning message: In normalizePath(path.expand(path), winslash, mustWork) : path="C:/Users/Iñigo/Documents": El sistema no puede encontrar la ruta especificada
Where "El sistema no puede encontrar la ruta especificada" translates to a typical powershell error saying "The system could not find the specified path".
In addition, when I try to install the package to the default location the process seems to start fine but ends
telling me that the package is stored in the Temp folder of my system.
I suspect that the "ñ" character in my user might be a problem. Still, I cannot find any solution to these issues anywhere.
I would greatly appreciate it if someone helped me troubleshoot this.