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Hello Michal How did you install OpenScientist-15 ? I strongly suspect that you attempt to install the SLC3-32bits binaries of the distrib on you SuSE. If so, then it is well known that despite SuSE and SLC3 are "Linux", this kind of operation may in fact be highly not portable (for exa due to some g++ or libc incompatibilities). Worst, it seems that your machine is a 64 bits one, right ? (Guessed from the path : /usr/lib64/gcc/x86_64-suse-linux/4.0.2/../../../../x86_64-suse-linux/bin/ld: skipping incompatible) Then did you attempt to reconstruct OpenScientist-15 (and G4 in fact) from source ? And the upper comment is probably valid also around you attempts around AIDAJNI. And please, as usual, specify your platform, your compiler, etc... I have guessed that you are on a SuSE 64 bits because it appeared somewhere in a path ; but what is your compiler version ? Your compiler seems to be a 4.0.2 from the same path (my binaries had been built with a g++-3.2.3). Else, if you are on a x86 64 bits machine, there is a needed patch around the Rio IO package. You should have in : Rio/Core/Platform.h #if defined(__linux__) && defined(__x86_64__) # define RIO_BYTESWAP #endif in order to byteswap correctly (see the archive of the OpenScientist mailing list about that). But for the moment you problem is not this one. Again and again, there is nothing worst that someone coming and saying "it does not work !" without specifying more. (What can we do with that ?) In case of OpenScientist-15, you can contact my directly by email to have a closer help loop. No problem. Passing by the hypernews is not the fastest way in case of "stuborn problems" (that may be a true problem on my side in fact) and in case "you arrive to nothing". See my "Support" section for instructions in case you really arrive to nothing. With my best regards. Guy Barrand
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