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On Mon, 17 Jan 2011 23:06:22 GMT, Jan Pipek wrote: > Certain Linux systems (like Arch Linux I use on my laptop) place their > libraries in /usr/lib although they are 64bit. The automatic detection > in Configure (lines 2532-2539) then wrongly (or correctly - depends on > the angle of view :-)) decides about the expected Qt4 libraries location > based on uname. The libraries are not found and the compilation fails. > > case "`uname -m`" in > i*86) > g4_qt_lib_dir=\$g4_qt_dir/lib > ;; > *) > g4_qt_lib_dir=\$g4_qt_dir/lib64 > ;; > esac > > Perhaps the system could be improved if we included both lib and lib64 > directories and searched in them instead of guessing the correct one?
Which Geant4 version are you using? I only ask because there's a test around that section on the existence of a
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