Re: ASREML with Win2000
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Re: ASREML with Win2000

Dear Patrik,

Others may have experience.  I still use Windows 95 and prefer
to run ASREML from an MSDOS box.

What you describe is what happens if you run ASREML from Explorer
with no arguments.  Maybe I should update it so that what appears
on the screen remains until it is read.

If this is the problem, try running it with the -m option.
The command to execute the example distributed with ASREML is


In menu mode


There are other options as well.

If you find what is in section 1.4.1 of the manual is inadequate for
Windows 2000, and you do get it working, I would appreciate
feedback on what you needed to do.


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> Subject: ASREML with Win2000
> Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 13:34:24 +0100
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> Hello,
> I'm trying to run ASREML on my Windows2000 system but when starting the 
ASREML.exe file I get a window that very fast disapears. Are there any known 
problems running ASREML under Win2000 or is there something that I might have 
> Best regards,
> Patrik Waldmann
> Department of Systematic botany
> University of Lund
> Ostra Vallgatan 18-20
> 223 61 Lund
> Sweden
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