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Good afternoon Michael,
I have checked on that path in the interactive session on the terminal, and it is set properly. As far as I know, the "#PBS -V" directive in the job file is supposed to set all the GEANT environment variables when the cluster runs the executable. From what I've read (namely, the man page for qsub), it says that the -V option passes "all environment variables in the qsub command's environment". Unfortunately, I'm not familiar enough with cluster operations to know how to check if it is really being done properly. If you know how I can check or have any other ideas, I'm open to them.
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