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Hello, I tried to create my PhysicsList and Iused the Hadrontherapy example as a help. As I tried to add the "EM-HadronIon-Standard" I got a segmentation fault which I could not explain. Then I tried the Hadrontherapy example itself. I changed the defaulf macro from: /physics/addPhysics EM-HadronIon-LowE to /physics/addPhysics EM-HadronIon-Standard and got an Segmentation fault, as soon as I used the beamOn command. My first thought was, that the model is not correct for my particle (proton) and energy range. But then I would get an Exeption and not an Segmentation fault. And I also get the segmentation fault when I do not change the energies in the example. Do I do anything wrong in the example? thank you for your help Kathrin
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