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Re: Question TestEm examples (Morthekai)
Date: 12 Dec, 2008
From: Guy Barrand <Guy Barrand>

  Hello

 I have tested the AIDA of TestEm2,7, 11 on various machines
and it is ok for me. 

 It is ok too with the osc 16.8 I have released this week.

 Can you try again for example with the osc_batch 16.8 on
your machine ?

 Don't know what went wrong with the 16.5 on your machine
so that you have not the CERNLIB/Zebra driver.

 It is a classical problem :
- or you attempt to run a binary kit that does not match your platform.
   What is the kind of distrib you use ? (Still FC7 ?)
   What is the exact version of g++? 
   What did you try to do exactly ? 

- or you have build a osc_batch / osc_vis kit from source
   and have missed something around the building of the "Zebra driver / group".
   I have revisited my web pages for the 16.8. In particular the 
   way to build from source received more explanations (in particular on how
   to build code related to "foreign" / "external" software).

 If really nothing works for you, give me you exact platform, 
I can attempt to have a virtual machine of it...

 What is sure, is that you have first to attempt to use OSC / AIDA without
having ROOT around. This may add an extra layer of problems.
Then attempt to build and run by having not ROOT in your PATH, not
in LD_LIBRARY_PATH and not activated in the GNUmakefile.

 In case of problems it is always good to separate
things and activate the minimum of what is related
to the problem. (In fact you can also build and run by having G4VIS_NONE
set to 1 to desactivate the G4/visualization and then run only
by using the G4 kernel).

 Let me know here or offline...

  Cheers

   Guy

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