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Hello Alain > BUT, the compilation of CINT is terrible @^$*£^&*$£*. CINT and ROOT IO again.... (It appears that I do the porting of OSC-v9 on the RedHat-7.2 right now and I have tricky crashes coming also from these two packages...) Well, first, for the graphic you need only OnX, and in OnX Python interpreter is sufficient. Then in G4Lab, G4LabSimple you can disconnet the Lab package in the cmt/requirements file and run over OnX. In principle G4Lab and G4LabSimple will be able to compile, link and run. At least you will be able to have some GUI and graphic for Geant4. RioGrande and then CINT are needed in Lab to store things. In fact, I should be able to have a mode to disconnect that easily.... > stdiostream.h : No > such File or Directory." Then, I switched back to gcc-2.96 and all was ok. Can you believe it ? I think that it is because gcc-3 is "strict ansi" and that stdiostream.h is not strict ansi and then no more supported. I don't know what is the equivalent of stdiostream.h for strict ANSI, I will have a look to some ANSI C++ doc.... In fact the *strm.cxx files are here to handle the "stream" CINT wrapping. Mainly code to be able to manipulate stream from a CINT prompt. But this is not needed (I hope) for the IO. Then, in gb_strm.cxx, arrange to compile over fakestrm.cxx like for #ifdef __sun, etc... Good luck. PS : Well, honestly, if you are able to getout some plot from the Lab package or even some picture of the G4LabSimple detector with all what you try (Mandrake, gcc-3, etc...) let me know, I will be impressed.
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