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On Mon, 25 Oct 2010 14:13:01 GMT, Matt Halstead wrote:
> I'm new to GEANT and attempting to run a simulation I built on a Linux > cluster, but I'm having issues that I hope you can help me with. When I > compile and run the code using an interactive terminal to the cluster, I > have no problems. However, when I try to submit a batch job, I receive > the error message: > > "error while loading shared libraries: libG4Tree.so: cannot open shared > object file: No such file or directory" > > I've checked, and the libG4Tree.so file is found in the > geant4.9.3.p02/lib/Linux-g++/ folder.
Do you have LD_LIBRARY_PATH set appropriately in your batch job? You should be sourcing the $G4INSTALL/env.sh script (and setting G4WORKDIR) before trying to run the executable.
-- Michael Kelsey
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