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I tried to look into the different OpenScientist packages to find out what went wrong, but didn't get far.
After that, I tried to install OpenScientist again, using the suggestions of listing 13 (in Analysis), but that was a real dissaster!!!!!!!!! In my case, for Onx, Python and Xt were definitely NOT sufficient. Now, nothing works at all, and after spending so much time on this horrible programm I'm really disappointed that nothing is working.
I will now try to make Geant4 write ASCI files instead of the histogram files and use another simpler program to display the data. Unfortunately this way, I can't use the examples.
If anyone has any suggestions what else I can try (without learning another programming language), please write me!
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