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G4LIB_USE_GRANULAR was not set by geand4make.csh or my Makefile, as far as I can tell. Checking after running the make command showed that G4LIB_USE_GRANULAR was also not set at that time. Interestingly, it seems that I had to run make with the -e option for G4INCLUDE to be recognized. I'm not sure why this became necessary when shifting to Geant4.10, but it is also possible that this is an issue specific to me, as I also have to use a 64 bit system instead of the 32 bit one I was on before. It's possible that make is handled differently on my new system.
As for the ld incompatibility I mentioned before, it seems I was partially on a 64 bit system, but also not really. The issue has since resolved itself, now that I am on a dedicated 64 bit system.
On a final note, it might be nice if it is possible to install the libraries for Geant4 in both 64 and 32 bit versions via a flag. Then switching systems becomes either a simple check (sometimes not so simple), or a manual environmental variable (flag) switch.
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