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I am a recent user of GEANT4. I have the latest version of GEANT4 (4.9.p02)installed on our Ubuntu 9.04 platform along with Sun Java 1.6, AIDAJNI 3.2.6 and JAIDA 3.2.4. I can compile and run examples such as N01, A01 etc but when turning on analysis I get many linking errors for A01 similar to other posted users. I have noticed that I can get the AIDAJNI example AidaTest to work if I add my shared library /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5 to link up. If I use the default shared library /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.6 on my system I get the same linking errors as above. If I add /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5 in the GNUmakefile of example A01 it links with no errors but when I execute A01app I get a segmentation fault. I'm not sure if I can re-compile GEANT4 using libstdc++.so.5 if that would solve the problem?? (I don't know how to force Ubuntu 9.04 to use libstdc++.so.5 instead of libstdc++.so.6!
I appreciate any help in this matter out there in GEANT4 land...