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Re: None old version installation, geant4.8.3.02
Date: 01 Nov, 2014
From: Michael H. Kelsey <Michael H. Kelsey>

On Sat, 01 Nov 2014 16:56:39 GMT, Dexu wrote:
> Hallo everybody, Sorry for these naive problems. I'm a new guy to use
> geant4. Recently, I have to compile some old geant4 code. And I got a
> bunch of error with geant4.10, Then I decided to return back to the old
> version, e.g 4.8.3.p02 But somehow, the installation wasn't successful,
> and the attachment is my log file. Could somebody tell me where my
> setting was wrong? How should I modify them?

What platform were you trying to install? GEANT4 8.3 is a _very_ old version, and it may not be compatible with more modern compilers (we have made many changes/improvements to the code to address incorrect C++ coding).

> Furthermore, in the new geant4 version, is the additional data file has
> to be installed independently? As I followed the instruction, the
> installation was much simpler than old ones. However, I could not find
> the G4LE*Inelastic.hh and G4HE*Inelastic.hh files. I didn't understand
> the where the problem is.

The LHEP models (for which those are some of the .hh file, not "data") were declared obsolete in 9.6, and removed in the 10.0 release. You probably want to review your physics list, and maybe replace your manually built list with one of our reference lists (such as FTFP_BERT).

  -- Michael Kelsey

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