From: Sam Liao [mailto:sliao@pharmaxresearch.com] 
Subject: [NMusers] redhat linux for nonmem
Date: Thursday, May 02, 2002 2002 2:56 


Hi Niclas:

I saw some previous e-mail msg that your are an experienced user of
redhat linux for nonmem.

I tried redhat linux, I have some problem to use setup for nonmem installation. 
I got a syntax error on line 13 near 'goto'. Could you please tell me what might be wrong?

I used 'sh setup' to run the script file. Before setup, I used the 'dos2unix *' conversion
to unix format for all the nonmem files.  Thanks alot in advance. 

Best regards,
 
Sam Liao, Ph.D.
PharMax Research
270 Kerry Lane,
Blue Bell, PA 19422
phone: 215-6541151
efax: 1-720-2946783


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From: Niclas Jonsson [mailto:niclas.jonsson@farmbio.uu.se]
Subject: [NMusers] [NMusers] RE: redhat linux for nonmem
Date: Thursday, May 02, 2002 9:42 AM


Dear Sam,

 

Maybe you should say ‘/bin/csh setup’  instead of sh.  (The code in setup is c-shell
and not bourne-shell.) If that doesn’t help I suggest you contact Globomax. They
should be able to help you.

 

Best,

 

Niclas



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From: Sam Liao [mailto:sliao@pharmaxresearch.com] 
Subject: [NMusers] RE: redhat linux for nonmem
Date: Thursday, May 02, 2002 6:13 
To: Niclas Jonsson
Cc: Bachman, William


 

Dear Niclas:

 

Thanks a lot for your tip on redhat linus.  It works!

 

After installation, I tried CONTROL3, CONTROL5 AND CONTROL7.  They all terminated after
the 0 iteration.  This may have something to do with the setup options.   I just used the
default options.  Any tips on redhat linux would be appreciated.  There is no tips archived
on GLOBOMAX website.  I cc this e-mail to Bill, it may be helpful to alot other nonmem users
to have tips on nonmem installation for redhat Linux.


Best regards,

Sam Liao, Ph.D.
PharMax Research
270 Kerry Lane,
Blue Bell, PA 19422
phone: 215-6541151
efax: 1-720-2946783


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From: Niclas Jonsson [mailto:niclas.jonsson@farmbio.uu.se]
Subject: [NMusers] RE: redhat linux for nonmem
Date: Thursday, May 02, 2002 3:26 PM


If you took the sources from the PC distribution of NONMEM then you’ll also have to
change the BEGIN.f sub-routine. I think the right code is in it.

 

Best,

 

Niclas



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From: Sam Liao [mailto:sliao@pharmaxresearch.com]
Subject: [NMusers] RE: redhat linux for nonmem
Date: Thursday, May 02, 2002 4:59 PM


Hi Niclas: 
  
Setup script put 'C' to comment out two lines in BEGIN.f,  I replace the new one with
the original one and re-compile everything again.  However, I still got the same results. 
There is a error msg at the end of the run- 'Segmentation fault', the nonmem run stop
after 0 iteration output.  

Best regards,

Sam Liao, Ph.D.
PharMax Research
270 Kerry Lane,
Blue Bell, PA 19422
phone: 215-6541151
efax: 1-720-2946783 

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From: Bachman, William [mailto:bachmanw@globomax.com]
Subject: [NMusers] RE: redhat linux for nonmem
Date: Monday, May 06, 2002 4:23 PM


Sam, 
  
I was able successfully installed NONMEM V on Redhat 7.2 with the following arguments" 
  
SETUP /opt/NONMEM/nmv f77 ' -O3 -malign-double ' /usr/bin/ar Intel 
  
Bill 
nmconsult@globomaxnm.com 
GloboMax LLC 
7250 Parkway Drive, Suite 430 
Hanover, MD 21076 
Voice: (410) 782-2205 
FAX: (410) 712-0737 



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From:  "Sam Liao"    
Subject: [NMusers]  [NMusers] RE: redhat linux for nonmem
Date:  Mon, May 6, 2002 6:32 pm


Hi Bill: 
  
It works! 
  
Thanks alot for your tips.  

Best regards,



Sam Liao, Ph.D.
PharMax Research
270 Kerry Lane,
Blue Bell, PA 19422
phone: 215-6541151
efax: 1-720-2946783  
 



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