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Thank you for your ideas. I went back an checked and for some reason MesaGL hadn't been installed correctly. After reinstalling it I seemed to get it to run. However, when running a G4simulation the OpenGL window didn't contain any geometry, only tracks from the interacting particles.
I googled the problem and found that this phenomena could occur if my graphics drivers weren't up to date. So I installed the latest drivers for my ATI Radeon Graphics HD 2400 xt from ATIs home page.
After having installed this driver I got the following errors when compiling my G4 source code:
Compiling testvolume.cc ...
Using granular libraries ...
Linking testvolume ...
/home/Nasa/cern/Mesa-7.1/lib/libGL.so: undefined reference to `drmCloseOnce'
/home/Nasa/cern/Mesa-7.1/lib/libGL.so: undefined reference to `XDamageAdd'
/home/Nasa/cern/Mesa-7.1/lib/libGL.so: undefined reference to `drmOpenOnce'
collect2: ld returned end status 1
make: *** [/home/Nasa/g4work/bin/Linux-g++/testvolume] Error 1
Any new helpful thoughts??
And yes, I have an up to date version of libdrm installed (libdrm.2.3.1)
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