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From the archives ( http://geant4.web.cern.ch/geant4/support/source_archive.shtml ), it appears that Geant4.9.4 should use G4EMLOW6.19 (can be found in the link). Could you try that and verify if the problem still exists?
On Tue, 03 Jul 2012 18:33:39 GMT, Dom wrote:
> Hello. I am running Geant4.9,4.p02 on Ubuntu Linux. I am trying to > compile a program which plots the Bragg curve of an energetic proton > beam. I am able to compile the program but when I try to run the program > I get the following error: > > G4AnalyticalEcpssrKCrossSection::G4AnalyticalEcpssrKCrossSection() error > opening FK data file > > I appears that this problem is arising from a problem opening the fk.dat > file which is found within the G4EMLOW6.23 data file. I have tried > re-downloading this data file but the problem still persists. I have my > data files stored in the correct folder: ~geant4/geant4.9.4.p02/data. > Any ideas of the what the problem may be???? Thanks in advance. >