You provided us with very little information to help you solve your 
problem. Please read the "How to describe you problem" section of our wiki:

   https://surfer.nmr.mgh.harvard.edu/fswiki/BugReporting

However, after looking at your exact command, it appears you are using 
the "long dash" (or em dash) for your command line switches instead of 
the standard hyphen. Try using the standard hyphen as that worked for me.

-Zeke

On 10/13/2016 03:16 PM, Farzaneh keyvanfard wrote:
> Dear expert
>
> I'm beginner in using Freesurfer and I really need your help.
> However I've read all related responded questions about paralleling
> process. I found -openmp N flag to do that, but I don't understand its
> correct location in 'recon-all'. I used it as follows but it doesn't
> work. Also I want to use -qcache flag in addition to -openmp N. Would
> you please kindly let me know in which order, these flags should be
> used? I really appreciate your kind help.
>
>
> recon-all -i SerieMR-0002.dcm -subjid Results -all –openmp 8 –qcache
> /
> ​​
> /
> I'm looking forward to hearing from you.
>
> Best Regards*
>
> F. Keyvanfard*
>
>
>
> F.Keyvanfard
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