If you are running on Ubuntu, I have a build of the freesurfer source checked
out from about one month ago (March 9th) that I did on an Ubuntu 16.04 system
using gcc 4.9.
However, I did not have the test data to run tests, so I must add the
disclaimer that the binaries
have not gone thru the usual tests. But if you want to try it, you can download
the compressed ~2G archive from the link below. It is an archive of the
tree with ./bin, ./lib, etc.
On Apr 9, 2018, at 2:31 PM, Hoopes, Andrew
Unfortunately, we’re not able to build the dev code right now due to a compile
error, but this should get sorted out within the next day or two, so I can help
you out with getting this new mri_normalize then
on behalf of Anna Daniels
Reply-To: FS Help
Date: Monday, April 9, 2018 at 1:10 PM
To: FS Help
Subject: Re: [Freesurfer] recon-all: exited with errors (white matter peak at
110, cannot allocate memory)
thank you for the quick reply!
Ubuntu 16.04 LTS 64-bit
Please let me know how to incorporate the new version into the installation.
Thank you very much and best,
no attachments :<
Srishti's issue stemmed from control points outside of the head. The
current (dev) version of mri_normalize detects and removes them. Can you
grab a new version of mri_normalize and see if it fixes your problem? Let
us know your hardware/software environment and we will get it to you
On Fri, 6 Apr 2018, Anna Daniels wrote:
> Hi Bruce, hi Srishti,
> I have exactly the same problem with several subjects rerunning recon-all
> and there was sufficient memory available. I also tried out the last command
> directly which resulted in the same error log.
> uncrosstest_cp17/22275_T1_fs_edit/tmp/control.dat -mprage -aseg
> aseg.presurf.mgz -mask brainmask.mgz norm.mgz brain.mgz
> Attached you can find the input file.
> Thank you and best,
> Anna?[icon_10_generic_list.png] ?22275_T1_fs_edit.zip[IMAGE]
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