can you try it without all the \ characters? You shouldn't need them if it's all on one line
On Wed, 9 Aug 2017, Z Hessam wrote:



$>freeview -v \    bert/mri/T1.mgz \    bert/mri/wm.mgz \   
bert/mri/brainmask.mgz \    bert/mri/aseg.mgz:colormap=lut:opacity=0.2
mri_read(): couldn't determine type of file
/media/hessam91/driver2/freesurfer/freesurfer/subjects/
MRIread failed: Unable to read from
/media/hessam91/driver2/freesurfer/freesurfer/subjects/
mri_read(): couldn't determine type of file
/media/hessam91/driver2/freesurfer/freesurfer/subjects/


I use the example 4 in the "download and install" page of site

On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 8:44 PM, Bruce Fischl <fis...@nmr.mgh.harvard.edu>
wrote:

      hmmm, that looks ok, but it's hard to tell with all the
      backslashes and blank lines and such. Can you send the full
      command on a single line (e.g. by hitting up-arrow in the
      terminal window) and the actual output of freeview?

       On Wed, 9 Aug 2017, Z Hessam wrote:


            Hello Freesurfer Developers,

            I have problem when I use "freeview" example code in
            terminal,
            freeview -v \

                bert/mri/T1.mgz \

                bert/mri/wm.mgz \

                bert/mri/brainmask.mgz \

               
                bert/mri/aseg.mgz:colormap=lut:opacity=0.2 \

                -f \

                bert/surf/lh.white:edgecolor=blue \

                bert/surf/lh.pial:edgecolor=red \

                bert/surf/rh.white:edgecolor=blue \

                bert/surf/rh.pial:edgecolor=red
            it tell "Failed to load MRI <subject_dir>",
            mri_read(): couldn't determine type of file
            <subject_dir>
            MRIread failed: Unable to read from <subject_dir>
            mri_read(): couldn't determine type of file
            <subject_dir>
            but i can load wm.mgz and other existed files in
            GUI.

            please help me to know why this error happend? and
            what should I do to solve
             this?

            I've searched the list, I found a similar errors,
            but wasn't helpful answer reported.
            help me please

            regards

            On Wed, Aug 9, 2017 at 7:56 PM, Z Hessam
            <z.hes...@gmail.com> wrote:

            Hello Freesurfer Developers,

            I have problem when I use "freeview" example code in
            terminal,
            freeview
            -v \

                bert/mri/T1.mgz \

                bert/mri/wm.mgz \

                bert/mri/brainmask.mgz \

               
            bert/mri/aseg.mgz:colormap=lut:opacity=0.2 \

                -f \

                bert/surf/lh.white:edgecolor=blue \

                bert/surf/lh.pial:edgecolor=red \

                bert/surf/rh.white:edgecolor=blue \

                bert/surf/rh.pial:edgecolor=red
            it tell "Failed to load MRI <subject_dir>", but i
            can load wm.mgz and other existed files in GUI.

            please help me to know why this error happend? and
            what should I do to solve
             this?

            I've searched the list, I found a similar errors,
            but wasn't helpful answer reported.
            help me please

            regards




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