Hello - this might be a regression from 508, can you modify the first line of /usr/lib/fsl/5.0/oxford_asl to read:
and let me know if it fixes your issue.
> Hello all,
> Since having updated fsl in Ubuntu yesterday I have been getting error messages when I try to use oxford_asl. I have not changed any settings or values. The error message reads:
> /usr/lib/fsl/5.0/oxford_asl: 1176: /usr/lib/fsl/5.0/oxford_asl: alltis=0.1: not found
> /usr/lib/fsl/5.0/oxford_asl: 1176: /usr/lib/fsl/5.0/oxford_asl: alltis=1.5: not found
> Number of inversion times: 2
> Number of timepoints in data: 10
> Number of repeats in data: 5
> /usr/lib/fsl/5.0/oxford_asl: 1190: /usr/lib/fsl/5.0/oxford_asl: Syntax error: Bad for loop variable
> If I use bash before calling oxford_asl it seems to work, but I am wondering if something has changed in the oxford_asl pipeline? I could not find anything on the FSL site. And am I supposed to use bash before the command? Thank you.
> With kind regards,
> Daan van den Oever