[Elastix] "really easy" installation looks for /home/marius

Marco Virgolin marco.virgolin at cwi.nl
Tue Nov 17 23:22:27 CET 2015

Dear Floris,

You are so right. It was just a lowercase m in 
Thank you very much.

Best regards,


On 17/11/15 18:04, Floris Berendsen wrote:
> Hi Marco,
> If you misspell the component name in the parameter file (it is also 
> Case Sensitive) you can get these type of error messages. Could that 
> be the case here?
> Best,
> Floris
> On Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 5:55 PM, Marco Virgolin <marco.virgolin at cwi.nl 
> <mailto:marco.virgolin at cwi.nl>> wrote:
>     Dear elastix community,
>     This is my very first day with elastix and so I read the manual
>     before attempting my first steps.
>     I installed the latest version of elastix on my Xubuntu OS with
>     the "very easy" method, that is by downloading the binaries and
>     setting the 2 paths in /.bashrc/.
>     Everything looks ok when I run /elastix --help ./
>     Now I'm really trying to use it on two images, with a param file
>     and an output directory set, but as soon as I launch the command
>     many errors appear. In particular, the log says that elastix looks
>     for components under /home/marius/* (one of the authors of the
>     software, right?).
>     I guess that I should configure something, somehow.
>     Do you have some hints on that?
>     Or do you simply suggest to forget about the "very easy"
>     installation and just go with the "easy" installation (i.e.
>     install CMake, itk and compile the source code)?
>     -- 
>     Best regards,
>     Marco
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