If you want to use the original (pre-compiled) binaries, follow the installation instructions in the manual, then run touch $HOME/.lcmodel/license as per the LCModel homepage. You will need to include key = 210387309 in every control file that you create.
Edit: Assuming this is short-TE proton data, it looks like you have data with a very poor linewidth. Is this data representative of your entire dataset?
Edit2: There are specific settings for muscle spectra (sptype = muscle-4) which use an internal basis set to include IMCL and EMCL. The manual has pretty extensive documentation on this. Don’t use an externally provided separate basis set.
Thanks for reply.
I built my lcmodel by following @martin instruction.
now when i run ./lcmodel it gets back this error
Program received signal SIGSEGV: Segmentation fault - invalid memory reference.
Backtrace for this error: #0 0x7f38b544b680 in ??? #1 0x7f38b544a885 in ??? #2 0x7f38b4ac2f0f in ??? #3 0x7f38b544ad90 in ??? #4 0x55df65fe3a9e in mycont_ #5 0x55df66022254 in MAIN__ #6 0x55df65f8064e in main
Segmentation fault (core dumped)
Can you post the exact sequence of commands that you have run to compile, and the exact command you have run to cause this error? You can’t run ./lcmodel without an argument, you need to provide the control file as the argument (see chapter 5 in the manual).