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I am trying to run a script on GRID, which implies running the code, then making changes to the code, recompiling and running again but within the same job submission.
But when a recompilation is attempted I get this error, and the job terminates:
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lexpat collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
All the compilations are running fine interactively, but not in the job submitted.
It looks like the expat library is in /usr/lib64 on the head node, and /lib64 on the compute nodes. As G4 was intalled interactively, the libraries are linked in such a way they expect expat to be in /usr/lib64, so when a compilation is attempted on the compute nodes, it will not find it, as it is in /lib64, so the linking error appears. Simply adding /lib64 to $LD_LIBRARY_PATH does not solve this.
Therefore although EXPAT is installed on the system, is there a way to install G4 using its internal EXPAT instead? I know it is not recommended, but in this case I think it is necessary...
Thank you very much for your help,