Neuron will not execute neuron network

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Neuron will not execute neuron network

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I am trying to run the neuron model publised by :

Vijayalakshmi Santhakumar, Ildiko Aradi and Ivan Soltesz
Role of Mossy Fiber Sprouting and Mossy Cell Loss in
Hyperexcitability:A Network Model of the Dentate Gyrus Incorporating
Cell Types and Axonal Topography
J Neurophysiol 93: 437-453, 2005.

I am running across an error :

/usr/local/nrn/i686/bin/nrniv: GranuleCell : a template cannot be defined in
RI10sp.hoc near line 34
begintemplate GranuleCell
^
xopen("RI10sp.hoc")
execute1("{xopen("RI10sp.hoc")}')
load_file("RI10sp.hoc")

This error appears in the neuron command shell when I initiate the model by clicking on [Run 10% sprouting network].
I have compiled .mod files with (nrnivmodl) and during the compliation it says [: make: warning: clock skew detected. Your build may be incomplete.] as Ive read on the forum this is because of the clock on my operating system. Can someone guide me in the right path to fix this error.

The computer I am using is running on:Operating System: kernel version 2.6.6 with Orion Drivers, based on Fedora Core 2
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Re: Neuron will not execute neuron network

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NSLUTB wrote:I am running across an error
That's a real error message. Did you launch the program by typing
nrngui mosinit.hoc
at the system command prompt?

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This error appears in the neuron command shell when I initiate the model by clicking on [Run 10% sprouting network].
Immediately after you click, or after it stops spewing all those numbers? (program should
capture them to vectors and print to a file after model setup is complete; would be much
faster).
warning: clock skew detected.
This only matters if you need to recompile the mod files, after having already compiled
them previously. The fix is simple, as noted here:
https://www.neuron.yale.edu/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=1091
just delete the *.c and *.o files first, to ensure that recompilation is complete.
Try doing that and see what happens.
The computer I am using is running on:Operating System: kernel version 2.6.6 with Orion Drivers, based on Fedora Core 2
Might work fine under CentOS 5 (RHEL 5 with some cosmetic changes, but free
as in "free beer"). "Might" because I killed it after a couple of minutes of watching the
numbers fly by during its model setup phase.
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