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On Thu, 30 Apr 2015 17:54:10 GMT, Ivana Hrivnacova wrote:
> Hello, > > Can you check that root-config is available on your path; just type > > root-config > > in your directory. You should get: > > [...] ~/examples_test/AnaEx02_build > root-config > Usage: root-config [--prefix[=DIR]] [--exec-prefix[=DIR]] [--version] [--cflags] [--auxcflags] [--ldflags] [--new] [--nonew] [--libs] [--glibs] [--evelibs] [--bindir] [--libdir] [--incdir] [--etcdir] [--noauxcflags] [--noauxlibs] [--noldflags] [--has-<feature>] [--arch] [--platform] [--dicttype] [--config] [--features] [--svn-revision] [--python-version] [--ncpu] [--cc] [--cxx] [--f77] [--ld ] [--help] > > If root-config is not found, you need to run thisroot.sh script which is > available in your ROOT installation in bin directory: > > . /mypath/root/bin/thisroot.sh > > If the path to root-config is ok, please send us the output from your > cmake command. > > Best regards, >
The root-config file was in my path which gave the same output you've shown above, as I had sourced the thisroot.sh in both my .profile and my .bashrc. I've since installed a more recent version of root (5.34.21 -> 5.34.30), and now things are working fine. I'm still unsure what the problem was, I believe it had to be with how I installed root from before (although I've had no other trouble using root and accessing it with other programs). Thanks for the response however, I appreciate the help!