Mir wird bei R-Studio folgender Fehler angezeigt. Kann mir jemand helfen?

versuche URL ''
Content type 'application/x-gzip' length 5957107 bytes (5.7 MB)
downloaded 5.7 MB

The downloaded binary packages are in

Hi Lina, welcome to this community!

That is not actually an error message, could you please post the whole message that you are getting or explain a little better what your problem is?
Also, please translate your post to English

Hi :slight_smile:

I am new to R-Studio. I need the program for a quantitative research at the university.

I have downloaded R and R-Studio and I'm just trying the command install.packages ("psych"). Then I pushed run and get the error message shown above.

When I follow the link in the error message and try again, it doesn't work, too.

Is that the whole message you are getting? as I said before that is not an error message, just normal installation messages.
Are you able to load the package? do you get any other error messages?


Yes, this is the whole message I'm getting.

Another message I got was the following:

One or more of the packages that will be updated by this installation are currently loaded. Restarting R prior to updating these packages is strongly recommended.

RStudio can restart R and then automatically continue the installation after restarting (all work and data will be preserved during the restart).

Do you want to restart R prior to installing?

with this command


This is how a successful installation would looks like

# Installing package
Installing package into ‘/home/rstudio-user/R/x86_64-pc-linux-gnu-library/3.5’
(as ‘lib’ is unspecified)
also installing the dependency ‘mnormt’

trying URL 'http://package-proxy/src/contrib/mnormt_1.5-5.tar.gz'
Content type 'application/x-tar' length 101510 bytes (99 KB)
downloaded 99 KB

trying URL 'http://package-proxy/src/contrib/psych_1.8.12.tar.gz'
Content type 'application/x-tar' length 5918275 bytes (5.6 MB)
downloaded 5.6 MB

* installing *binary* package ‘mnormt’ ...
* DONE (mnormt)
* installing *binary* package ‘psych’ ...
* DONE (psych)

The downloaded source packages are in

# Loading package

Attaching package: ‘psych’

The following object is masked from ‘package:car’:


I'm not the only one with this problem, but I don't understand the help, that ist given there. Do you understand this?

That is not the same issue, that user is having problems while compiling a package from source and is getting an actual error message, you are not showing any error message so we can't know what your problem is.

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