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Just to say that I had a review with the author of exrdm concerning the AIDA part and we have corrected various things that were not correct concerning the usage of AIDA. In particular now the program holds in case of doing multiple runs within the same session.
Then if you have access to the G4 repository it could be fine to have a try by using the head of exRDM. If you think you have problems with the visualization you can attempt to build and run by setting the env variable G4VIS_NONE to 1 that disconnect it at all. When convinced that the example is ok for you by using only the G4 kernel + AIDA then you may attempt to run by restoring the vis later.
Else concerning OpenScientist (that were not in the things you tried :-( Snif ) then you can attempt to use the "osc_batch kit" which is something very light (without any interactive things) that should permit you to write files at the .hbook, . root, .aida formats. (See http://OpenScientist.lal.in2p3.fr ) I have binary kits for it. If you platform is not too exotic you may try a binary kit.
I have released this week an OSC 16.8. I have strongly revisited the web pages that are more "tutorial" and "how to" oriented now and have dedicated sections concerning AIDA and AIDA and Geant4.
In particular the review of AIDA in exRDM (along the one done on exGPS and others) had been done with this release. Then I am interested in feebacks of others with exRDM (then taken at head) here.