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Thanks for the additional information.
On Mon, 10 May 2010 08:31:40 GMT, Neoh wrote: > Our intention was to install geant4 in /mnt/data1/application/geant4/, > and have our working directory in /mnt/data1/application/geant4/g4work.
Do you mean have a global working directory for all users? I don't think that will work, especially if users are compiling the same application - working directories need to be on a per user basis. However, I don't think this is the direct cause of your issues.
On Mon, 10 May 2010 08:31:40 GMT, Neoh wrote: > As another note, we installed the geant4 as normal users, however when > compiling it gave the error > > mkdir: cannot create directory `/Linux-g++/BT': Permission denied > make: *** [/Linux-g++/BT/exe/BT.d] Error 1 > > This persists even after changing permission for the g4work directory. > When compiling as root, only the output I post in the first message > appeared.
That looks like it thinks that the
I can't tell whether this is a permissions or environment problem. I'd suggest that in the makefile for your application, you add the line:
as the very first line of the makefile. This will use a local directory for the work directory, and should help with determining whether the problem is permission or environment based.
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