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The provided Makeconf configuration should work for Cent OS 7.
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Hi I have been trying to install packages such as text2vec on MRO open 3.4.0 on a completely updated Linux Mint 18.1 64 bit system and I am getting the above-mentioned error message; here are more details: Paths() install.packages("text2vec", lib=Paths()) I have seen this discussion it didn't help me figure out what to do.