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Re: Question Particle = Fe56[0.0] and then core dumped
Date: 31 Mar, 2004
From: Vladimir Ivanchenko <Vladimir Ivanchenko>

On Wed, 31 Mar 2004 dengzy@ihep.ac.cn wrote:

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> I set /track/verbose 2, and then I could see the detailed track
> information. The 103th event generate a Fe56[0.0] particle from a
> neutron, then core dumped. How can I avoid this kind of crash.
> 

Try to define Fe56 ion as a primary particle. If it will not work that 
will mean that Physics of GenericIons are not defined.

In any case it is possible to identify more prcisely the source of crash 
if you run at Linux using gdb debugger. 

gdb your.exe

>run your.mac

>where  

will give your trace of the problem.

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