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On Tue, 22 Feb 2011 10:54:26 GMT, Paul Nicholas Colin Gloster wrote:
> C:/Geant4/geant4_9_3_p01/data/G4EMLOW6.9 looks like a reasonable value for G4LEDATA > > You do not set this in a makefile. It specifies somewhere where the code is to access data when running, not when being compiled. > > I suspect that it is already set for you. Open a Cygwin window and type > set > and see whether it outputs a line like > G4LEDATA=C:/Geant4/geant4_9_3_p01/data/G4EMLOW6.9 > (along with many other lines). If it does not, try to find a file named something like env.sh and cd to its directory and type > . ./env.sh > Along with many other lines, that should output something like > "On this machine the G4LEDATA=C:/Geant4/geant4_9_3_p01/data/G4EMLOW6.9" > If that does not work, then you could try typing > export G4LEDATA=C:/Geant4/geant4_9_3_p01/data/G4EMLOW6.9 > instead of > setenv G4LEDATA "/usr/local/geant4/data/G4EMLOW4.3" >
Thanks so much Paul. I used set and indeed found the line G4LEDATA=C:/Geant4/geant4_9_3_p01/data/G4EMLOW6.9. I then typed export G4LEDATA=C:/Geant4/geant4_9_3_p01/data/G4EMLOW6.9 but get the same thing. When I open it in cygwin all I get is the GEANT4 header. When I double-click the application in windows it says
G4EMDataSet - G4LEDATA environment variable not set
what am I doing wrong?