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On Tue, 13 Mar 2012 12:30:36 GMT, Michael wrote: > Your suggestion sounds great. I could create a bash script and run it > using . ./script.sh (so that the env variables stay after the script has > run) every time I log into a terminal. I wrongly assumed that the data > files would be used somewhere in the build... > > I guess I could use the source command there as well? Do we still need > to export LD_LIBRARY_PATH etc on Linux?
Yes, you can source your script with the data variables from your shell profile/rc file as needed. You don't need to source this to do a build of Geant4, at least, it will not affect anything. You still need to have LD_LIBRARY_PATH and so on set up so that an application can find the Geant4 libraries at runtime. That should be taken care of by sourcing the
Hope that helps,