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On Wed, 25 Nov 2009 21:48:07 GMT, Scott Kravis wrote: > checking for qglobal.h... /usr/include/qt4/QtCore/qglobal.h > checking Qt major version... 4 > checking for QtGui headers... yes > checking for QtOpenGL headers... yes > checking for QtCore library... no > checking for moc... /usr/bin/moc-qt4 > > ... > > I can see the QtCore directory within the same directory as QtGui and > QtOpenGL but the build doesn't seem able to find it. BTW I my OS is > UBUNTU 9.10.
I'm willing to bet money that you're running on a 32bit system and that you have /usr/lib AND /usr/lib64 directories present ;-)
The Qt checking script assumes that the presence of lib64 means one is running on a 64bit system, but this is not always the case. This has now been fixed in CVS (see Bug 1079) so will be available in the upcoming release.
If you need an urgent fix, let me know which version of Geant4 you're using and we can discuss patching your Configure (it's a pretty simple change).
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