Thanks for the reply. The fslerrorreport helped. It looks like we may have network problems and
I've got a sys admin looking into the errors. If he can't figure it out, I might need to ask for your
help. thanks again,
On Tue, 19 Oct 2004 07:22:17 +0100, Mark Jenkinson <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>A lot of your messages seem to be of the form /fsl/... not found.
>Where did you install fsl?
>Have you checked that your FSLDIR variable is set correctly
>before sourcing the fsl.csh file?
>Can you run the fslerrorreport script (cd into your $FSLDIR
>directory and type ./fslerrorreport ) and send us the
>output. Hopefully that will help us sort things out.
>All the best,
>On 19 Oct 2004, at 05:25, Jack Grinband wrote:
>> I'm starting to get a better handle on this. I don't think I'm
>> missing any files.
>> But I'm getting /fsl/etc/fslconf/fsl.csh: I/O error. Also "sh:
>> /fsl/bin/flirt: cannot execute" errors or
>> /fsl/bin/flirt: I/O error.
>> Something is seriously wrong, but I don't know if it's an installation
>> problem or a general unix
>> problem. Someone suggested that Tcl might be corrupted?
>> Neuroscience is next week, so I guess I should have expected Murphy's
>> Law to strike me down!