On Mon, 23 Feb 2004, David Mack wrote:
> Is there any reason why FSL shouldn't be able to function on other drives
> than C: ... I ask because I am having difficulty getting it to work on a
> separate drive H: with cygwin also running the H:
> Thanks for your help...
Warning: non-FSL-guru speaking!
I have used cygwin previously for other projects and I seem to recall
that it (cygwin) needs to reside mostly in C drive. Once cygwin is happy
though, the programmes that cygwin runs can be located in other drives.
It has been quite a while since I used cygwin in anger <smile> but if no
better advice comes along I may be able to blow the dust off that cygwin
machine and review its settings.
The other thought is to do with path settings. On my Linux machine I
have FSL in a very non-standard location for convenience. As long as the
paths are set corectly though, it runs happily. FSLDIR is rather
critical to success I recall.
Are there error messages that you could share with the list? They might
contain a clue.
Hope this helps,
Uni. of Western Australia
School of Psychiatry & Clinical Neurosciences