Compilation of Geant4

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naumov@naumov-laptop(11:55)> ./Configure -build


               --- Geant4 Toolkit Build  ---                                                                                          
                                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                      
                                                                                                                                      

This installation shell script will examine your system and ask you questions to determine how the Geant4 Toolkit should be installed. If you get stuck on a question, you may use a ! shell escape to start a subshell or execute a command. Many of the questions will have default answers in square brackets; typing carriage return will set the default.

On AFS it is allowed to specify either absolute or relative paths (i.e. starting with the ~username construct).

[Type carriage return to continue]

The prompt used in this script allows you to use shell variables and backticks in your answers. You may use $1, $2, etc... to refer to the words in the default answer, as if the default line was a set of arguments given to a script shell. This means you may also use $* to repeat the whole default line.

Everytime there is a substitution, you will have to confirm. If there is an error (e.g. an unmatched backtick), the default answer will remain unchanged and you will be prompted again.

Running 'Configure -d' will bypass nearly all the questions and use the computed defaults (or answers saved in a configuration previously generated).

Type 'Configure -h' for a list of options.

You may also start interactively and then answer '& -d' at any prompt to turn on the non-interactive behaviour for the rest of the execution.

[Type carriage return to continue]

Much effort has been spent to ensure that this shell script will run on any Unix system. If despite that you can't run Configure for some reason, you'll have to set the proper environment variables by hand and follow the "manual" installation as specified in the Geant4 Installation Guide.

[Type carriage return to continue]

Definition of G4SYSTEM variable is Linux-g++. That stands for:

1) OS  : Linux

2) Compiler  : g++

To modify default settings, select number above (e.g. 2) [Press [Enter] for default settings]

I can set things up so that your shell scripts and binaries are more portable, at what may be a noticable cost in performance. In particular, if you ask to be portable, the following happens:

    1) Shell scripts will rely on the PATH variable rather than using
       the paths derived above.                                      
    2) ~username interpretations will be done at run time rather than
       by Configure.                                                 

Do you expect to run these scripts and binaries on multiple machines? [n]


Where is Geant4 source installed? [/cern/geant4.9.1.p03]

Specify the path where Geant4 libraries and source files should be installed. [/cern/geant4.9.1.p03]

Do you want to copy all Geant4 headers in one directory? [n] y


Please, specify default directory where ALL the Geant4 data is installed:

G4LEVELGAMMADATA:              /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/data/PhotonEvaporation2.0
G4RADIOACTIVEDATA:             /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/data/RadioactiveDecay3.2
G4LEDATA:                      /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/data/G4EMLOW5.1
G4NEUTRONHPDATA:               /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/data/G4NDL3.12
G4ABLADATA:                    /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/data/G4ABLA3.0

You will be asked about customizing these next. [/cern/geant4.9.1.p03/data]

Please, specify default directory where the Geant4 data is installed:

1) G4LEVELGAMMADATA: /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/data/PhotonEvaporation2.0

2) G4RADIOACTIVEDATA: /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/data/RadioactiveDecay3.2

3) G4LEDATA: /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/data/G4EMLOW5.1

4) G4NEUTRONHPDATA: /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/data/G4NDL3.12

5) G4ABLADATA: /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/data/G4ABLA3.0

To modify default settings, select number above (e.g. 2) [Press [Enter] for default settings]

Could not find CLHEP installed on this system! Please, specify where CLHEP is installed:

CLHEP_BASE_DIR: /cern/CLHEP-2.0.3.2

You can customize paths and library name of you CLHEP installation:

1) CLHEP_INCLUDE_DIR: /cern/CLHEP-2.0.3.2/include 2) CLHEP_LIB_DIR: /cern/CLHEP-2.0.3.2/lib 3) CLHEP_LIB: CLHEP To modify default settings, select number above (e.g. 2) [Press [Enter] for default settings]




By default 'static' (.a) libraries are built.

Do you want to build 'shared' (.so) libraries? [n] y


You selected to build 'shared' (.so) libraries. Do you want to build 'static' (.a) libraries too? [n]



Do you want to build 'global' compound libraries? [n]


Do you want to compile libraries in DEBUG mode (-g)? [n]


 G4UI_NONE

If this variable is set, no UI sessions nor any UI libraries are built. This can be useful when running a pure batch job or in a user framework having its own UI system. Do you want to set this variable ? [n]

 G4UI_BUILD_XAW_SESSION
 G4UI_USE_XAW          
 Specifies to include and use the XAW interfaces in the
 application to be built.                              
 The XAW (X11 Athena Widget set) extensions are required to activate 
 and build this driver.                                              

[n]

 G4UI_BUILD_XM_SESSION
 G4UI_USE_XM          
 Specifies to include and use the XM Motif based user interfaces.
 The XM Motif extensions are required to activate and build this 
 driver.                                                         

[n]

  G4UI_BUILD_QT_SESSION
  G4UI_USE_QT          

Setting these variables will enable the building of the G4 Qt based user interface module and the use of this module in your applications respectively. The Qt4 headers, libraries and binaries are required to enable the building of this module.

      1. WARNING! THIS FEATURE IS EXPERIMENTAL IN THIS RELEASE! ###
      2. WARNING! THIS FEATURE WILL ONLY WORK WITH Qt4! ###

Do you want to enable build and use of this module? [n]


 G4VIS_NONE

If this variable is set, no visualization drivers will be built or used. Do you want to set this variable ? [n]

 G4VIS_BUILD_OPENGLX_DRIVER
 G4VIS_USE_OPENGLX         

It is an interface to the de facto standard 3D graphics library, OpenGL. It is well suited for real-time fast visualization and prototyping. The X11 version of the OpenGL libraries is required. [n] y

 G4VIS_BUILD_OPENGLXM_DRIVER
 G4VIS_USE_OPENGLXM         

It is an interface to the de facto standard 3D graphics library, OpenGL. It is well suited for real-time fast visualization and prototyping. The X11 version of the OpenGL libraries and the Motif Xm extension is required. [n]

 G4VIS_BUILD_DAWN_DRIVER
 G4VIS_USE_DAWN         

DAWN drivers are interfaces to the Fukui Renderer DAWN. DAWN is a vectorized 3D PostScript processor suited to prepare technical high quality outputs for presentation and/or documentation. [n]

 G4VIS_BUILD_OIX_DRIVER
 G4VIS_USE_OIX         

The OpenInventor driver is based on OpenInventor technology for scientific visualization. The X11 version of OpenInventor is required. [n]

 G4VIS_BUILD_RAYTRACERX_DRIVER
 G4VIS_USE_RAYTRACERX         

Allows for interactive ray-tracing graphics through X11. The X11 package is required. [n]

 G4VIS_BUILD_VRML_DRIVER
 G4VIS_USE_VRML         

These driver generate VRML files, which describe 3D scenes to be visualized with a proper VRML viewer. [n]

 OGLHOME/include
 OGLHOME/lib    

You have selected to use OpenGL driver. Specify the correct path (OGLHOME) where OpenGL is installed in your system. It was found in /usr. Press [Enter] to set this path or type the correct one.

You can set '-' (without quotation) to CANCEL the OpenGL flag at all: [/usr]

   G4VIS_BUILD_OPENGLQT_DRIVER
   G4VIS_USE_OPENGLQT         

Setting these variables will enable the building of the G4 OpenGL Qt based visualisation driver and the use of this driver in your applications respectively. The Qt4 headers, libraries and binaries are required to enable the building of this module.

      1. WARNING! THIS FEATURE IS EXPERIMENTAL IN THIS RELEASE! ###
      2. WARNING! THIS FEATURE WILL ONLY WORK WITH Qt4! ###

Do you want to enable build and use of this module? [n]


 G4LIB_BUILD_GDML

Setting this variable will enable building of the GDML plugin module embedded in Geant4 for detector description persistency. It requires your system to have the XercesC library and headers installed. Do you want to set this variable? [n]



 G4LIB_BUILD_G3TOG4  

The utility module 'g3tog4' will be built by setting this variable. NOTE: it requires a valid FORTRAN compiler to be installed on your system and the 'cernlib' command in the path, in order to build the ancillary tools! Do you want to build 'g3tog4' ?

[n] y


 G4LIB_BUILD_ZLIB

Do you want to activate compression for output files generated by the HepRep visualization driver?

[n]


 G4ANALYSIS_USE

Activates the configuration setup for allowing plugins to analysis tools based on AIDA (Astract Interfaces for Data Analysis). In order to use AIDA features and compliant analysis tools, the proper environment for these tools will have to be set (see documentation for the specific analysis tools). [n]

End of configuration phase.


Creating configuration setup file...

WARNING: the generated configuration file can be edited if necessary! You can introduce any change to the configuration file /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/.config/bin/Linux-g++/config.sh before the final installation. To do so, use a shell escape now (e.g. !vi /cern/geant4.9.1.p03/.config/bin/Linux-g++/config.sh).

Press [Enter] to start installation or use a shell escape to edit config.sh: