I'm running R.4.3.1 under Pop!_OS 22.04 (an Ubuntu tuned by my laptop maker), and
/usr/local/lib/R is the executable, not a directory containing an
etc subdirectory or
ldpaths under that. I just installed
Serurat successfully except a non-fatal error message having to do with the Python environment and the following notice
The legacy packages maptools, rgdal, and rgeos, underpinning the sp package,
which was just loaded, were retired in October 2023.
Please refer to R-spatial evolution reports for details, especially
It may be desirable to make the sf package available;
package maintainers should consider adding sf to Suggests:.
This has to do with the deprecation of the old
sp and related packages in favor of the newer
sf package (which is a great improvement because it allows ordinary data frames to contain geometry objects by super-classing to a simple features version of a data frame).
In my install there is an
/etc/R/ldpaths, which makes me wonder if you have a non-standard installation. Can you tell me how
R was installed? I hope that it wasn't done using