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"Standard question" : What is your g++ version ? (g++ --version).
The best is to recompile. Few chance to be able to run with a glibc which is not binary compatible. One nasty point with glibc is that it is used in a shared way by... the UNIX commands ! So that if you attempt to have an incompatible glibc in your PATH (LD_LIBRARY_PATH), your are going to screw up your shell session.
For G4 you need mainly to install a "osc_batch" kit (to save histos and tuples in files). This kind of kit does not need some graphics, mainly only g++. See my web pages to build from source.
And tell me your g++ version (and in fact your SuSe version, I can perhaps get a virtual machine of it) (for VirtualBox it seems that I have OpenSUSE-10.0, 11.0, 11.1)
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