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Hello Ram, The cygwin+make build will generate libraries using a UNIX naming convention, viz. libXXX.a on the Windows platform; this is normal. To resolve your linking problem, please check that you built your Geant4 core libraries using the same setup as you are using to try to build the example executable. I suspect you built the granular libraries and are now trying to link to the global libraries, since the interfaces library is only built when you select global compound libraries instead of granular libraries in your build. If this is the case, you can build the global libraries simply by invoking make global from the source directory. This should build the following global libraries for you: libG4interfaces.a libG4processes.a libG4digits_hits.a libG4particles.a libG4geometry.a libG4global.a Once you have the executable, you will need to download the datafiles for the low energy EM physics processes. You can obtain them from: http://geant4.cern.ch/geant4/source/source/G4EMLOW2.3.tar.gz Once you've expanded them, you will need to define G4LEDATA to point to that location, e.g. export G4LEDATA="F:\g4\geant4_6_2_p02\G4EMLOW2.3" Good Luck, Norman Graf P.S. #include <ctime> would be the preferred C++ style.
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