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Please I need help to get the results of the hadronic extended example. I would like to obtain the aida histogram type, since I have already installed and correctly (I guess) configurated the JAIDA-3.2.0 and AIDAJNI-3.2.3, the G4ANALYSIS_USE variable set to 1, and I could successfully compile and run the A01 extended example, obtaining very well the A01.aida using the jas3.
I correctly set the environment variables: $JAIDA_HOME and $AIDAJNI_HOME, but when I compile de hadronic example, every thing seems to be OK, except of the following warning appears:
///////////////////////////// . . Compiling hadr01.cc ... Using granular libraries ... Linking hadr01 ... /usr/bin/ld: warning: libstdc++.so.5, needed by /home/kshtejer/bin/AIDAJNI-3.2.3/lib/Linux- g++/libAIDAJNI.so, may conflict with libstdc++.so.6 ... Done! /////////////////////////////
During the run I can see the geometry very well but the rest is aborted as follow:
//////////////////////////// Index : 0 used in the geometry : Yes recalculation needed : No Material : G4_Galactic Range cuts : gamma 1 mm e- 1 mm e+ 1 mm Energy thresholds : gamma 990 eV e- 990 eV e+ 990 eV Region(s) which use this couple : DefaultRegionForTheWorld
Index : 1 used in the geometry : Yes recalculation needed : No Material : G4_Al Range cuts : gamma 1 mm e- 1 mm e+ 1 mm Energy thresholds : gamma 6.88731 keV e- 596.68 keV e+ 568.011 keV Region(s) which use this couple : DefaultRegionForTheWorld
### Run 0 start ### Histo books 19 histograms Histo: tree store : histo.aida *** glibc detected *** free(): invalid pointer: 0x08d9b128 *** Aborted ////////////////////////////
It was obtained an Application log file named hs_err_pid27932.log, maybe here the real problem is reported but I dont know interprete it. I did not show here because is long but I can copy here if is necessary.
As in the README instructions I have done:
eval `aida-config --runtime csh` gmake histclean gmake
but there isn't runtime option:
kshtejer@pclal29:........$ eval /home/kshtejer/bin/AIDAJNI-3.2.3/bin/Linux-g++/aida-config Usage: aida-config [OPTIONS] Options: [--version] [--lib] [--include] [--implementation]
So, I do not know what to do.
Please, I need help because I am very interested into see the face of this output in the way it was simulated because my own problem is very similar to this one.
Thank you very much in advance
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