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> I try to migrate on Geant4 9.2.p01. But when I link my program I receive = > next message=20 > > Making dependency for file exampleN01.cc ... > Making dependency for file src/ExN01PrimaryGeneratorAction.cc ... > Making dependency for file src/ExN01PhysicsList.cc ... > Making dependency for file src/ExN01DetectorConstruction.cc ... > Compiling ExN01DetectorConstruction.cc ... > Compiling ExN01PhysicsList.cc ... > Compiling ExN01PrimaryGeneratorAction.cc ... > Creating/replacing object files in = > /afs/cern.ch/user/s/shibaev/geant4/9.2.p01/slc4_amd64_gcc34/tmp/Linux-g++= > /exampleN01/libexampleN01.a ... > ar: creating = > /afs/cern.ch/user/s/shibaev/geant4/9.2.p01/slc4_amd64_gcc34/tmp/Linux-g++= > /exampleN01/libexampleN01.a > Compiling exampleN01.cc ... > Using global libraries ... > Linking exampleN01 ... > /usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lxerces-c Looks like you have been installing Geant4 with the GDML module. You should check if G4LIB_BUILD_GDML is set in your environment and if XERCESCROOT identifies the correct path where XercesC is installed in your system. Cheers, Gabriele