Is this a particularly large dataset?
It is possible that the virtual machine is running out of memory.
One solution might be to look at the configuration of the virtual machine and increase the memory allocation, if possible.
All the best,
> On 10 Aug 2017, at 06:54, Nathan K <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hello FSL Community,
> My colleague attempted to use FDT diffusion function of FSL, specifically DTIFIT Reconstruct diffusion tensors, with all files specified manually. The program appears to be loading for a period of time before displaying the error message: "Errors: child killed: killed signal". They were, however, able to successfully run the same procedure by accessing their university's shared virtual machine in a web browser.
> The machine in question:
> Windows 10 running VMware 12 with CentOS 7.
> FSL 5.0.10 with FMRIB's Diffusion Toolbox 3.0
> I am not sure what specific version or operating system in run on the university's machine, but I can try to get that information if it would be of help. I have also attached a screenshot of the incident.
> Thank you,
> <FSL DTI Error.png>