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Hi Andrea, just a weird thought!!!!!!!!!|
Recently i made a change to my .bashrc file and introduced some functions. I have three different geant installations (i) 4.10 multi-threading ON (ii) 4.10 multi-threading OFF and (iii) 4.9.6.
I made these functions so that when i write e.g. "MT", or "SQ" in the terminal the environment variables for multithreading or sequential, respectively, are set.
Inside the function i also have cmake and make scripts so that just by typing the shortcuts the example is compiled.
Although it doesn't seem likely but could this be associated with the problem i am having. I didn't have this problem of simulation halting before I made the .bashrc changes.
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