Thanks for the suggestion. That worked, but now I get the following error message after typing "./fsleyes":
You can unzip the folder wherever you like. Probably the $FSLDIR/bin is not the best place.
In any case the fsleyes file needs to be in a directory on your path.
if you need to see what that is, type
If you unzipped it in the $FSLDIR/bin directory, the actual executable will be in
if you cd to that directory and type
then it should start.
you can create a link to the fsleyes program by changing directory to $FSLDIR/bin and then
ln -s FSLEYESDIRECTORY/fsleyes fsleyes
where FSLEYESDIRECTORY is the directory where fsleyes is. so you probably want
ln -s $FSLDIR/bin/FSLeyes/fsleyes fsleyes
Hope that helps
Thanks for the reply.
I'm still somewhat confused. Where exactly do I unzip the folder?
Is it the $FSLDIR/bin/ directory?
If so, I added the folder and nothing changed.
Are there any further steps to complete before using fsleyes? Is fslview no longer usable by adding the FSLeyes folder?
One thing I noticed, the neurodebian page only shows FSLeyes listed for 16.04 and 17.04. Nothing for 14.04? Maybe that is the issue?