Obviously this shouldn't happen, although there is the
potential for creating a cyclic dependency if you had a
made a copy of the fsl.sh file in the wrong location.
It is certainly not necessary to install fsl in /usr/local
it should work fine from any location if FSLDIR is set.
Could you both tell us exactly where you installed fsl,
and whether you had any files in the following locations:
(if you use tcsh, then the above holds, but for fsl.csh
In addition, please tell us where you tried to source the
file from - the command line, or within a specific startup
file like .profile
There should be an easy explanation to what has gone wrong.
All the best,
On 15 Oct 2004, at 22:43, Arvin Cyrus Arman wrote:
> I've had the exact same problem; once I was able to install in the
> directory it went away, although intuitivly it should make any
> difference as
> long as the FSLDIR is set correctly.
> Quoting Matthew Hoptman <[log in to unmask]>:
>>> Hi all,
>>> When I source fsl.sh it seems to hang my bash shell. Has anyone
>>> had this experience? I was unable to install fsl in /usr/local
>>> that is reserved on our system, so I put it in my /home partition. I
>>> know that that matters, but I thought I'd throw it in.
> Arvin Cyrus Arman
> Systems Neurobiology Laboratory (SNL-B)
> Salk Institute for Biological Studies
> 10010 N. Torrey Pines Rd.
> La Jolla, CA 92037