Hi Mike,
Depending upon the flavor of Linux (looks like it's in the RedHat
family) it will usually start by running the command "R" in a
terminal. What does:

which R

say? Then look in the startup file (often in /usr/local/bin) for the
R_HOME directory.

Jim


On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 9:38 AM, Mike Wojnowicz <mwojnow...@cylance.com> wrote:
> I have successfully installed R on my AWS EC2 r3.8 box running Linux with
>>sudo yum install -y R
>
> However, I cannot find R anywhere (which I want for the sake of tar'ing it up 
> and decompressing to make future installations easier.)  For example,
>
>> rpm -ql R
>
> Says there is nothing to show.
>
> Does anyone have any ideas?
>
> -Mike
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