you might try to install the updates before taking the compilation route:
so that newer files overwrite existing files.
I guess you are using a Mac. If you have a Mac Intel with 32bit Matlab,
If you have a beta Matlab 64bit (does not seem the case, though), then
I'm afraid you will have to compile the MEX files yourself, see
Darren Gitelman wrote:
> Dear Henrique
> The error means that spm_global and possibly other functions as well
> are not compiled for your system. SPM includes compiled binaries for a
> wide variety of systems so perhaps these have either been removed from
> your distribution or the included binaries do not cover your system OS
> type. In either case you will probably have to compile the files
> located in the SPM5/src directory.
> See http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/SPM for various installation and
> compiling hints and/or search through the spm listserv for the term
> Darren Gitelman
> On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 10:29 AM, Henrique Fernandes
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> I'm starting to work on DCM studies, so I'm getting my first steps in SPM
>> and already had a problem that I could not solve yet.
>> While I was running my first test, I got an error which I can not realize
>> why, since I've followed all the steps described in the SPM manual.
>> Everytime I tried to run the fMRI model specification, I got the following
>> Running "fMRI model specification"
>> Changing directory to: /Applications/MATLAB74/spm5/DCM/attention/test1/
>> SPM5: spm_fMRI_design (v$Rev: 539 $) 13:48:49 - 11/03/2009
>> Saving fMRI design :
>> ...SPM.mat saved
>> SPM5: spm_fmri_spm_ui (v$Rev: 592 $) 13:48:49 - 11/03/2009
>> Mapping files : ...done
>> Calculating globals : 1/360
>> Error running job:
>> Error using ==> spm_global at 22
>> spm_global.c not compiled - see Makefile
>> I hope someone may have any suggestions about this error.
>> Thanks in advance for your help,
Guillaume Flandin, PhD
Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging
University College London
12 Queen Square
London WC1N 3BG