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On Wed, 04 Feb 2009 01:45:42 GMT, Rahul Shah wrote:
> Hi: I'm new to Linux and Geant4 so I have some very basic questions on > the install. (a) I'm certain I've open GL since I'm using the NVIDIA > driver and within its menu it specifies details about openGL (just not > where it is).
When you run Configure (look at the Installation Guide) it looks for OpenGL in a few commonly used locations, so you shouldn't have to worry. If this doesn't work, get back to us.
> > When I compile, following the install directions for Geant, I am asked > to specify the correct path for OPENGL. Would anyone know where I might > look for this? I've checked around a bit in /usr and /dev and /lib but > nothing seemed obvious.
Oh, so Configure cannot find it? Try
find /usr -name 'libGL*'
> > (b) When I installed CLHEP all went well outside of the fact that no > bin, install and lib folders were created. Should files have been > created in these folders or can I just go ahead and create them (since > Geant asks for their locations).
find /usr -name 'libCLHEP*'
or, if you installed privately, look in that directory.
> > Thanks, Rahul >
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