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Hi, The compilation of the OpenGL submodule is not working for me in the Linux environment. It gets to this point and then prints many errors such as the following.... [100%] Building CXX object source/visualization/OpenGL/CMakeFiles/G4OpenGL.dir/src/G4OpenGLImmediateViewer.cc.o In file included from /work/scratch/geant4.10.02.p01/source/visualization/OpenGL/include/G4OpenGLImmediateViewer.hh:40:0, from /work/scratch/geant4.10.02.p01/source/visualization/OpenGL/src/G4OpenGLImmediateViewer.cc:37: /work/scratch/geant4.10.02.p01/source/visualization/OpenGL/include/G4OpenGLViewer.hh:155:25: error: 'GLdouble' has not been declared virtual G4String Pick(GLdouble x, GLdouble y); The errors seem to indicate that it is not properly including one or more of the basic OpenGL header files. This is using geant4.10.02.p01 gcc (GCC) 5.2.1 cmake version 3.6.1 [jeremym@ppa-jeremym-l build]$ cat /etc/redhat-release Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation release 6.4 (Santiago) I'm using a devtoolset which sets up a different compiler than the default (but that shouldn't matter). I confirmed that the standard GL and GLX headers are installed in /usr/include/GL/ This has worked for me in the past, and I think something has changed in the Geant4 build system here in more recent versions so that this is no longer working in my environment or somehow my GL environment is not compatible with Geant4. Any tips for trying to sort this out? Thanks. --Jeremy
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