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Note that the source directory, the build directory and the install directory should be three distinct paths. When you run cmake, you should be in the build directory, and you should give the path to the Geant 4 source when you run cmake. In the screenshot you posted, you pass the -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX option but you never gave the path to the source directory.
Also, the error messages tell me you are trying to build Geant4, but your directory names make it look like you are trying to build cmake. I'd suggest using a structure like ~/Desktop/geant4.10.05 (for the source files) and ~/Desktop/geant4.10.05/build (for your build directory), like as given in this guide: https://geant4-userdoc.web.cern.ch/geant4-userdoc/UsersGuides/InstallationGuide/html/installguide.html