Files in the patches directory named something like fsl-
<number>_patch_from_<number>.tar.gz are incremental patches that will
update older versions to the current release version. Anything else is
probably a "pre-release" or beta version usually intended for testing
if a problem found on the list has been fixed.
The best way to upgrade will be to wait for the next "numbered"
release, which will be 4.1.5.
> Dear Users,
> I run FSL 4.1.4 on a Mac OCX 10.5.8. I notice there are some patches
> (makefile, fisrt boundary correlation, fsl_glm, fsl_vbm &
> randomize). Some
> of them are "untyped binary data" and some are unix scripts. How can I
> install them? I would be grateful for your suggestions or if you could
> provide a link to some webpage - I could not find any instructions.
> Kind regards,