afni/suma start up

AFNI team,
I just yesterday installed AFNI on a new machine (macPro 10.13.5), AFNI and SUMA were both functional with dummy data and afni was able to open our local datasets. There was an error with SUMA when I tried to open our data. When I returned to the machine today to check the error and see if I could fix it AFNI and SUMA are no longer recognized as commands. The AFNI abin hasn’t been moved or modified in any way, the machine was turned off at the end of the day but other than that, I can’t think of anything that happened on the machine. I’m sure that turning the machine off had nothing to do with this issue but that’s all I have to go on.

Thank you for your time,

Hi Patrick,

That suggests it is just your PATH that is messed up. Is it in your ~/abin directory?
What is the output of:

~/abin/ -check_all

  • rick

The attached output is from the command that you suggested

this is the first of the two output images

Indeed, it looks like your current PATH simply does not contain the ~/abin directory. Do you know how to edit your ~/.tcshrc file to update the PATH variable? If not, you could try to copy and paste the following command:

echo 'set path = ( $path ~/abin )' >> ~/.tcshrc

Just let me know if that does not seem clear.

  • rick