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On Tue, Jul 12, 2011 at 01:15, Ben Morgan wrote: > > *** Discussion title: Installation and Configuration > > Hi Mojca > > I'll have a look at the Configure script (though it shouldn't be using > X11), but two things to note > > * Whilst OS X Lion is at Golden Master status, you're at the bleeding > edge when it comes to Mac here! Sure. But Geant4 9.5 is also unreleased & "bleeding edge". By the time it is officially published Lion will be out for a long time already. > * Whilst we are still providing the Configure system with the 9.5 > Beta, you are recommended to us the new CMake build system. That's > documented in the Release Notes (http://geant4.cern.ch/support/Beta4.9.5-1.txt) Thank you. I didn't realize that the building system has been changed. This is in fact great news since it will now be possible to create packages for debian/macports/etc. way more easy. The build with cmake ran successfully (working remotely), but I won't be able to test if it runs until I come to that computer. Mojca