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Hi Steven in ftp://ftp.slac.stanford.edu/software/freehep/AIDAJNI/v3.2.4/ there is a source distribution of AIDAJNI for usage on AMD64 machines. Untar this, follow the instructions to compile, which will build you the binary distribution (for your machine). Untar this binary distribution as you did before. Now link Geant4 with that one. I have not tested Geant4 with it, but our AIDA tests (c++) run fine with it, as long as you do not use HBook and Minuit. Is there a CERNLIB distribution for amd64 ? Regards Mark Donszelmann
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