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If all you get are the warnings, you are probably OK. The warnings are a results of some of the files having been built for universal architecture ('fat' libraries), and some others having only one architecture.
As long as the linker finds at least one consistent set of architectures, the code will run. I get these messages when I use my embedded python bindings for Geant4, since the bindings are being linked against the Python executable, which is universal, but the Geant4 libraries are i386 only. It works fine.
Of course, if you can't run, follow John Allison's advice, and rebuild everything to make sure you have current libraries.
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