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On Sat, 09 Sep 2017 09:41:45 GMT, Remy Prechelt wrote: > I've had Geant4+OGL running on this Linux machine (Arch 4.12 with Intel > video card) for a few years and through a few versions. I removed all > previous traces of Geant4 and downloaded the latest source code to > attempt to update. I compiled Geant with -DGEANT4_USE_OPENGL_X11 and > -DGEANT4_USE_QT. The compilation process reports that the OpenGL > component was successfully installed and there are libG4OpenGL.so object > files in the install directory. > > When I attempt to run one of the examples, a new QT window opens (as > expected) but OGL is not one of the registered graphic systems. > > "Current available graphics systems are: ASCIITree (ATree) DAWNFILE > (DAWNFILE) G4HepRep (HepRepXML) G4HepRepFile (HepRepFile) RayTracer > (RayTracer) VRML1FILE (VRML1FILE) VRML2FILE (VRML2FILE) gMocrenFile > (gMocrenFile) " > > I've reinstalled mesa, updated my system, restarted, and recompiled a > few times but still no luck. I'm at a loss for how to investigate this > further. Other applications can use OpenGL without issue. > > Anyone have any ideas? >
How did you configure/build the example? With CMake/GNUmake/custom? It sounds like Qt support is available, but only the UI portion is enabled when building the example.