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> I am a new user of GEANT4 on Linux (Debian v2.2.17) with gcc v2.95.4. > The libraries have apparently been correctly installed and $G4INSTALL > is set. > Running 'gmake' however for any of the Novice Examples produces > 'undefined reference' errors - see below. I have looked at the > makefiles and checked that the libraries (such as 'libG4run.a') are > present and that $G4LIB/$G4SYSTEM points to them. from the error dump, it looks like you're using shared libraries (.so) and not static libraries (.a). You should verify that the build process for the kernel libraries (shared libs) was successful. You can try to re-iterate the installation process and verify if any error message gets generated during the creation of the kernel libraries.
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