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Dec 4, 2009 5:10:42 PM (11 years ago)
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toby
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# on 2003/05/22 22:05:22, toby did:
change to GSAS.CONFIG for Windows

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    292292<h3>Error reading localconfig or .gsas_config:</h3>
    293293<DL><DL>
    294 This happens when an invalid command is encountered in file localconfig
    295 or .gsas_config. Some or all of the commands in these files
     294This happens when an invalid command is encountered in files
     295<FONT FACE="COURIER">localconfig</FONT>,
     296<FONT FACE="COURIER">~/.gsas_config</FONT>
     297or
     298<FONT FACE="COURIER">c:\gsas.config</FONT>.
     299Some or all of the commands in these files
    296300will be skipped over,
    297301but nothing serious wrong will likely result. Note that the
    298 localconfig file is located in the expgui directory
    299 (typically /home/gsas/expgui/localconfig or
    300 C:\gsas\expgui\localconfig) and the .gsas_config is located in your
    301 home directory (~/.gsas_config or C:\.gsas_config in windows).
    302 If you rename each file to something else, the error should go away.
     302<FONT FACE="COURIER">localconfig</FONT>
     303file is located in the expgui directory
     304(typically
     305<FONT FACE="COURIER">/home/gsas/expgui/localconfig</FONT> or
     306<FONT FACE="COURIER">C:\gsas\expgui\localconfig</FONT>)
     307and the <FONT FACE="COURIER">.gsas_config</FONT>
     308or <FONT FACE="COURIER">gsas.config</FONT> file
     309is located in your home directory in UNIX or
     310<FONT FACE="COURIER">c:\</FONT> in Windows.
     311If you rename or move these files, the error should go away.
    303312At that point you can decide if you want to track the error down to retain
    304313your <a href="expgui_cfg.html">customizations</a>.
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