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On Wed, 19 Jan 2011 08:57:24 GMT, Jan Pipek wrote: > 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.
I'm not aware of any others - though if there's a 'Rosetta Stone' of how different distros handle this it would be very useful! Just for information should other users have issues, the script should handle three cases:
> 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.
Thanks for posting - these corner cases do help to improve the system, and it's useful to have a record for other users!