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On Tue, 19 Oct 2010 15:45:02 GMT, Matthew Gignac wrote:
> Hello, > > I have been trying to install Geant4 on my Macbook. I am operating on > Mac OS X 10.5.8. I have ran the "build" part of the Configuration, and > when it gets to the "install" part of the configuration there is an > error as such: > > "Press [Enter] to start installation or use a shell escape to edit > config.sh: > > Can't find config.sh. Can't find config.sh. Can't find config.sh. Can't > find config.sh. > > WARNING: Geant4 is NOT installed yet! You (or the administrator if you > have not enough privileges) should start with $G4INSTALL/Configure > -install (where $G4INSTALL is Geant4 install directory)."
Could you cut and paste directly from Terminal or xterm, showing your commands and the output of the build? The sequence I use for a clean build is
./Configure -build ./Configure source env.csh ./Configure -install
in that order. Did you do the same? Also, do you have write permissions into $G4INSTALL from the account you're using? If not, you should probably |sudo|.
-- Michael Kelsey
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