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On Wed, 20 Oct 2010 15:23:11 GMT, Matthew Gignac wrote:
> Hello, > > Thank you for your response, > > When I run ./Configure -build, here is the syntax I get from the > terminal... it is fairly lengthly,
Yes, it is, isn't it :-/ It all looks normal to me. The strangest part is that at the start of the build, it reports:
> There exists a config.sh file. Shall I use it to set the defaults? [y] > Fetching default answers from your old config.sh file...
And apparently it successfully reads the file. Then, at the end it says:
> 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 $G4INSTALL is Geant4 install directory). > > As for privileges, it is my own personal Macbook, so I don't think I > have any problems with that. When I try to run the the input for the > Terminal that you provided it doesn't work. I get the same warning > message as above.
Could you check the file permissions on the config.sh which was supposedly (re)created, |ls -l .config/bin/$G4SYSTEM/config.sh|?
Did the |./Configure| command by itself (no options) work, or fail? That command should have created the $G4INSTALL/env.sh and $G4INSTALL/env.csh files you need to source to set your local environment.
By the way, I am also running GEANT4 on my 10.5.8 MacBook (GCC 4.0.1). In my CVS-based installation area, I don't see the problems you describe, and in my "central" production area (/Applications/GEANT4/...) I have to |sudo| first, but again, don't see these problems.
-- Michael Kelsey
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