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Date: 25 Jul, 2014
From: Garnier Laurent <Garnier Laurent>

Hi Francis, 

You are right, in order to build openGL driver, you should set GEANT4_USE_QT=ON at compilation step. But don’t forget to rebuild all after changing this flag ! Cmake will only compile what is need.

Cheers, 
Laurent

Le 25 juil. 2014 à 21:58, <francis.loignon-houle@usherbrooke.ca> <francis.loignon-houle@usherbrooke.ca> a écrit :

> 
> *** Discussion title: Installation and Configuration
> 
> I encoutered another problem :
> 
> When running a simulation, I get this output :
> 
> You have successfully registered the following graphics systems.
> Current available graphics systems are:
>  ASCIITree (ATree)
>  DAWNFILE (DAWNFILE)
>  G4HepRep (HepRepXML)
>  G4HepRepFile (HepRepFile)
>  OpenGLImmediateX (OGLI, OGLIX)
>  OpenGLStoredX (OGL, OGLS, OGLSX)
>  RayTracer (RayTracer)
>  VRML1FILE (VRML1FILE)
>  VRML2FILE (VRML2FILE)
>  gMocrenFile (gMocrenFile)
> 
> ...
> 
> Available UI session types: [ GAG, tcsh, csh ]
> 
> I can use a standard OGL visualisation but I cannot move the volume with
> my mouse. On another Linux machine, I was able to move things with
> OpenGLStoredQt.
> 
> This is why I would like to have OpenGLStoredQt available as graphics
> system. When I did CMake, I had GEANT4_USE_QT=ON. Is there anything else
> to do?
> 
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