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Forum: Installation and Configuration
Date: 29 Sep, 2011
From: Bethany <Bethany>

Hello, I am trying to rebuild my Geant4 installation from a new machine in my group's cluster, and having it reference CLHEP at a different location than it was looking at when I ran on the previous machine (which was just decommissioned).

Everything goes along well enough until I get to the build itself, when I expect to see things like "making dependency for..." and "compiling ___" and "removing library ___" as found here:

However, all I get are the removing library statements plus a repeated error that looks like this:

     Removing library libG4hepnumerics.a ...

     Removing library ...

     gmake[1]: *** [objs] Error 2

     Removing library libG4geometrymng.a ...

     Removing library ...

The gmake... error seems to appear where I would expect the dependency and compiling statements to come up relative to the removing library statements, according to the file at the above link.

I've installed and rebuilt Geant4 a number of times, and am not sure what to make of this. Googling and looking around the forum has shown a few similar errors, but nothing I've found has only this error and nothing else accompanying it by way of explanation or elaboration.

Has anyone seen this/do you have ideas as to what I can check on? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Please let me know if there is any other information I can add to help explain the situation.

Thank you!

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