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On Tue, 09 Nov 2010 15:02:53 GMT, Summit wrote: > Hi G4Users, > I have install Geant4.9.3p02 on Fedora 13. Its gcc version is 4.4.4. > I set bashrc file as... > > export G4WORKDIR=/u/ey/perl/geant4/geant4.9.3.p02/G4WORK source > /u/ey/perl/geant4/geant4.9.3.p02/env.sh export > PATH=$PATH:/u/ey/perl/CLHEP/lib
How did you install Geant4? It looks from the above that you followed the SLAC instructions - down to the paths, which you don't need to do. Did the build complete successfully, i.e. did the log message printed right at the end indicate there had been any errors detected?
On Tue, 09 Nov 2010 15:02:53 GMT, Summit wrote: > /usr/bin/ld: warning: libstdc++.so.5, needed by > /u/ey/perl/AIDA/AIDA2/JAIDA/AIDAJANI/AIDAJNI-3.2.3/lib/Linux-g++/libAIDAJNI.so, > may conflict with libstdc++.so.6
This, I think, indicates you've downloaded a binary package for AIDAJNI and it's been built against an older version of libstdc++ than you have on your system (Fedora 13 is relatively new). I'd suggest downloading the source package for AIDAJNI and building that from scratch on your system.
On Tue, 09 Nov 2010 15:02:53 GMT, Summit wrote: > /u/ey/perl/geant4/geant4.9.3.p02/G4WORK/tmp/Linux-g++/TestEm7/exe/TestEm7.o: > In function `G4VisExecutive::RegisterGraphicsSystems()': > TestEm7.cc:(.text._ZN14G4VisExecutive23RegisterGraphicsSystemsEv[G4VisExecutive::RegisterGraphicsSystems()]+0x139): > undefined reference to `G4FukuiRenderer::G4FukuiRenderer()' >
All of these errors mean, I think, that your build wasn't successful. Which graphics options did you choose to enable, and when you source the env.sh script, what does it print to the screen? I suspect the graphics drivers were selected but building them failed, but you should check
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