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RE: installation of both NONMEM 7.2 and Phoenix WinNonLin 6.2

From: Kevin Dykstra <kevin.dykstra>
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2012 15:12:45 +0000

I had the same issue with trying to get Phoenix and NONMEM to coexist peace=
fully (same versions as well). The solution was to put the pointers to nonm=
em and fortran directories at the head of the path: e.g. C:\nm72g\run;C:\Pr=
ogram Files (x86)\gfortran\libexec\gcc\i586-pc-mingw32\4.6.0;C:\Program Fil=
es (x86)\gfortran\bin. On installation, Phoenix puts its own directories fi=
rst, and these apparently cause conflicts (possibly the libraries in PHSTMi=
nGW\bin?). Anyway this appears to work, and both programs function properly=
Kevin Dykstra

From: owner-nmusers
 Behalf Of R.Bruggemann
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2012 9:05 AM
To: nmusers
Subject: [NMusers] installation of both NONMEM 7.2 and Phoenix WinNonLin 6.=

Dear Nonmem users,

Recently we have tried to install Nonmem 7.2 on a Dell Precision T5500, 12 =
core Xeon running windows 7 Pro SP1 in 64 bit mode.
We used the workaround posted on the archive by William Bachman on Wed, 9 M=
ay 2012.
Nonmem did however not compile using the gfortran 4.6.0. compiler, nor usi=
ng gfortran 4.6.3.

Variables were set as follows:
LIBRARY_PATH C:\Program Files (x86)\gfortran\lib
PATH C:\Program Files (x86)\gfortran\libexec\gcc\i586-=
                            C:\Program Files (x86)\gfortran\bin;
TMP %USERPROFILE%\AppData\Local\Temp
On the computer Phoenix WinNonLin 6.2 was pre-installed.
This included the MPICH2 software for multiple CPU and CPU core processing=
Phoenix does add strings to the system environment variables.
Unfortunately, I don't have these available (or a screenshot) to share anym=

After de-installation of Phoenix 6.2 and MPICH2, the compilation of Nonmem =
went smoothly.
Apparently, the presence of Phoenix software (including references in the e=
nvironment variables for Phoenix) in our case, prevented adequate installat=
ion of Nonmem.

Has anybody experienced similar problems?
If so, can you advice me on a workaround enabling co-installation of both N=
onMem and Phoenix WinNonLin on a single machine?

Many thanks for the input.


R.J.M. Brüggemann, PharmD, PhD
Hospital Pharmacist, Clinical Pharmacologist (it)

Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre
Department of Clinical Pharmacy, 864
and Nijmegen Institute for Infection, Inflammation and Immunity (N4i)
Geert Grooteplein 10
6525 GA Nijmegen
The Netherlands
T: +31.24.3616405 / Pager: *813148
F: +31.24.3668755

Het UMC St Radboud staat geregistreerd bij de Kamer van Koophandel in het h=
andelsregister onder nummer 41055629.
The Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre is listed in the Commercial =
Register of the Chamber of Commerce under file number 41055629.

Received on Thu Nov 15 2012 - 10:12:45 EST

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