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Hi folks, I've built geant4.10.03, using "-DGEANT4_BUILD_EXAMPLES=ON" to build the examples at the same time. This went fine, and the examples were built and they run. However, if I copy one of the example directories (say example B1) and try to build it separately, after installing geant, I get the following when trying to link the program: B1RunAction.cc:(.text+0x3e9): undefined reference to `G4cout' B1RunAction.cc:(.text+0x3f8): undefined reference to `G4cout' B1RunAction.cc:(.text+0x41d): undefined reference to `G4cout' B1RunAction.cc:(.text+0x49e): undefined reference to `G4cout' B1RunAction.cc:(.text+0x4a9): undefined reference to `G4cout' Here's what my environment looks like (excluding the data environment variables): G4INSTALL=/share/apps/physics/geant4/10.03 G4VIS_BUILD_OPENGLX_DRIVER=1 G4LIB=/share/apps/physics/geant4/10.03/lib64 G4VIS_USE_OPENGLX=1 G4SYSTEM=Linux-g++ G4WORKDIR=. G4LIB_USE_ZLIB=1 Any suggestions would be appreciated. Bryan