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Hi, I've recently downloaded the latest (version 3.3) source code of SSAT from reat.space.qinetiq.com/ssat/ I have also installed Geant4 (version 4.9.6) on Scientific Linux 6.3 with the GDML option set to ON. The ssat_env.csh script is not working, because the variable GDMLTOP is not set. When I look inside the script, it goes under the subdirectories of GDMLTOP. But it is not clear where exactly or what package exactly this GDMLTOP must point at. For example, in the directory structure of the installed Geant4, there is no place where this variable can point to, because the sub-directory structure does not fit. Even the latest version of GDML from the Geant4 web site does not have such a subdirectory structure. Where exactly I should set this variable? Or is there any more up to date version of ssat_env.csh script that would work? Thanks. T.
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