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On Tue, 18 Jan 2011 08:39:36 GMT, Ben Morgan wrote:
> Which Geant4 version are you using? I only ask because there's a test > around that section on the existence of a lib64 directory - and at least > my reading of that section (I did write it a over a year ago > ;-))suggests that g4_qt_lib_dir would get set to /usr/lib on a pure > 64bit system respecting the FHS (i.e. no lib64). If you are using the > latest version of Geant4, do you actually have a /usr/lib64 directory > and if so is it a symlink to /usr/lib (ala Debian)? >
Thanks for having improved my understanding :-)
I do use Geant4.9.4. I do have /usr/lib64 but it is not a symlink, rather an empty directory. And based on my (current) understanding of the section, this is the source of my (or Archlinux's) problem because the outer condition holds true but no libraries are subsequently found. I wonder if this "having empty non-symlinked lib64" is a unique "feature" of Archlinux or if it occurs in any other distributions as well.
Nevermind. Archlinux is not among supported distros and I was able to solve the problem on the spot by changing one line in the script. Still I think this is an interesting issue to point out.
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