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On Mon, 25 Nov 2013 15:48:00 GMT, Maluba Vernon wrote: > I have Geant4.9.6 already installed, and I also use the command ccmake > ../geant4.9.6 in my build directory to open the curses based interface > within which I can set paths pointing to the options I need to run my > application. The problem is I don't know exactly where most of these > parameters are in my Geant4 installation. For example to point to clhep > the path is /home/maluba/GEANT4/geant4.9.6-build/source/externals, but > when I switch on the GEANT4_USE_SYSTEM_CLHEP option it cmake fails at > compilation. > > Secondly, I built example B1 but upon running it, I get this 'Fatal > error': Missing mandatory data for this simulation engine > > I have however pointed to the location of the datasets, there are a few > options that won't allow me to compile the cmake although I know they > may be required. >
I'll answer this here, but in general it's best to add in reply under the original thread to keep everything in one place.
On the first issue on ccmake, the
If you are seeing paths to third party includes/libraries being listed in ccmake as
I'm not sure what you mean by "pointed to the location of the datasets". Geant4 locates the datasets by environment variables whose values point to the dataset locations. Setting this up is also covered in the relevent sections of the Installation Guide.