To: "Tom Gillaspy" <address@hidden
Sent: 2/22/2012 3:28:23 AM
Subject: Re: Problems with PSPP on Windows7
Did you try to run the syntax John proposed?
It should be easy. Copy/paste the syntax in a file "test.sps". In the
latest PSPP build you can start this file in the syntax editor by
clicking on the file. After that you click on "Run" and then "all".
See what happens.
2012/2/22 Tom Gillaspy
Thanks for responses. I did find a "legacy" directory that was protected.
Logging on as Administrator I was able to finally delete that. I
downloaded again from the site you note below. Same thing happened. I ran
a crosstab that ran fine and the second one froze the program. It is almost
like something is wrong in the graphic interface. i haven't tried with
direct commands yet. However, running a volume of tests without the graphic
interface is really cumbersome. I have a relative new system with Windows
7, plenty of memory, speed, etc. I really don't think the data is the
problem since I have run several tried and tested databases with exactly the
same results. I also don't think it is because I am not running LINUX. I
checked with the PSPP log file and all it showed was the first set of
commands that executed. There was no error message or indication that I had
done anything beyond the first crosstab. It is almost as if it froze before
I entered anything else. ------ Original Message ------
From: "Harry Thijssen" <address@hidden>
Sent: 2/21/2012 8:06:26 AM
Subject: Re: Pspp-users Digest, Vol 70, Issue 14
First of all, try the latest builds at:
Thanks for the response. I have tried all the versions listed on
These files are the same. Actually pspp.awardspace.com links to the
files stored on sourceforge.
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