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#1 totsapol

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Posted 05 May 2020 - 04:29 PM

Hi, I need some help from the expert or someone who used to have this problem experience.

When I run NONMEM in pirana it show as in this picture, can anyone give a suggestion how can I solve this problem, please? 

I can't put image in this so I attached the error message in the MS word file here.


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#2 Simon Davis

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Posted 05 May 2020 - 05:06 PM

Hi Totsapol, I can't see your word attachment so you an either PM it to me directly or email support as a case to help you.

(If you want to you can edit your existing post too, choose 'more reply options' to add pictures



#3 totsapol

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Posted 05 May 2020 - 05:16 PM

Hi, I need some help from the expert or someone who used to have this problem experience.

When I run NONMEM in pirana it show as in this picture, can anyone give a suggestion how can I solve this problem, please? 

I can't put image in this so I attached the error message in the MS word file here.

It look like that I cannot attach the file so I already PM to you directly.


Edited by totsapol, 05 May 2020 - 05:18 PM.


#4 Simon Davis

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Posted 05 May 2020 - 05:40 PM

Hi Totsapol, Iooking at the errors you sent where it cannot read FSIZES.mod etc. makes me wonder if you can execute NONMEM from the command line sucessfully?

If not you'll need to go to your IT group /NMusers or similar to get that sorted first.  Once you have a working NM install we can check how it is pointed to Pirana.

 SImon.

PS if you need help as to how to run an example from the command line, let us know and we can post some tips

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#5 totsapol

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Posted 05 May 2020 - 06:07 PM

 

Hi Totsapol, Iooking at the errors you sent where it cannot read FSIZES.mod etc. makes me wonder if you can execute NONMEM from the command line sucessfully?

If not you'll need to go to your IT group /NMusers or similar to get that sorted first.  Once you have a working NM install we can check how it is pointed to Pirana.

 SImon.

PS if you need help as to how to run an example from the command line, let us know and we can post some tips

 

Can you tell me how to run an example from the command line, please?



#6 kniefort

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Posted 05 May 2020 - 06:28 PM

Hi Totsapol,

 

You should be able to navigate to the util directory of your NONMEM installation from the command line, and execute a model using the nmfe command, e.g., 

 

C:\nm72g\util>nmfe72 control4 control4.lst

 

Here, the control4 file is the example control file, and control4.lst is a file you specify as the output file name

 

You should be able to find details for this and more in Part III of the NONMEM Users Guide. 

 

Keith



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Posted 06 May 2020 - 03:02 AM

Hi Totsapol,

 

You should be able to navigate to the util directory of your NONMEM installation from the command line, and execute a model using the nmfe command, e.g., 

 

C:\nm72g\util>nmfe72 control4 control4.lst

 

Here, the control4 file is the example control file, and control4.lst is a file you specify as the output file name

 

You should be able to find details for this and more in Part III of the NONMEM Users Guide. 

 

Keith

 

Hi Totsapol,

 

You should be able to navigate to the util directory of your NONMEM installation from the command line, and execute a model using the nmfe command, e.g., 

 

C:\nm72g\util>nmfe72 control4 control4.lst

 

Here, the control4 file is the example control file, and control4.lst is a file you specify as the output file name

 

You should be able to find details for this and more in Part III of the NONMEM Users Guide. 

 

Keith

Keith, I don't understand what your meaning, and I also don't know whether you see the attachment picture of my problem that I send to Simon Davis directly. When I run NONMEM from WFN that I also installed previously and no wit still use, it can run NONMEM normally. But when I installed pirana, I can't execute NONMEM it has the error message : Cannot read module file because it was created by the different version of GNU fortran.






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