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From what you post I understand that you are trying to compile an application against an already built installation in: ~/G4Tree/geant4.10.00-install/lib/Geant4-10.0.1
In such a case, provided that G4 has been compiled with MT enabled, you do not need to specify -DGEANT4_BUILD_MULTITHREADED anymore, it will be done automatically for you because the G4 installation area is already MT enabled.
You can verify that, when compiling your application with: [g]make VERBOSE=1 checking the parameters used to compile that should contain the string: -DG4MULTITHREADED Andrea
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