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Neoh writes: > Regarding your second question, it is my habit to copy all geant4 > examples into my workdir and do the compilation(or editing) there. I > always leave the default examples in installation files untouched. Great! That's the right habit to have :-) > Anyway, I have both installation and g4workdir under same personal user > directory. I should have all user permissions in this space, but still > I'm not sure what permission it is denying. See my other reply; I was composing it while you posted this one. It's trying to write to /Linux-g++/.... at root level. This usually means that the G4 environment isn't set properly. You may have to source the env.* file in every process (xterm), if your X Windows login doesn't execute your .login file. -- Mike