Steve and Denis .. Thank you for your suggestions.
I have gotten fsl to work in that I can run various items from the command
line. However when I bring up the GUI, I get the proper screens but when I
attempt to indicate input data the program doesn't appear to read it.
For example... when running FEAT I drill into the select 4D data button and
I browse for the data on the H: drive, I receive a warning saying that I
haven't filled in all the relevant selections with valid filenames. I have
previous run the same data on a different machine using the same method and
it has worked. It seems that the gui isn't recognizing the files within
Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
On Wed, 25 Feb 2004 04:00:20 +0000, Stephen Smith <[log in to unmask]>
>hi - we haven't tried running on other drives. a couple of things you
>might like to play with to fix this is:
>setting FSLSLASH in fsl/tcl/fslstart.tcl
>playing with the settings in fsl/tcl/fix_cygwin_filename.tcl
>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...
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