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Hi, Have you built the physics list package that comes with your Geant4 distribution? If you have, you'll see a list of libXXXX.a files in geant4/lib/plists/Linux-g++. If you haven't, you need to build them following the instructions in geant4/physics_lists/hadronic/README. Then you will not need to worry about which files you need because they will be automatically included. It is then easy to use the physics list you want: in your main(), just add the line #include "LHEP_PRECO_HP.hh" and then add the line runManager->SetUserInitialization(new LHEP_PRECO_HP); after you have instatiated the runManager. Make sure after doing this that you do not also have other physics lists registered with the run manager. Dennis
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