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icon5.gif  ROOT and GCC3.4 [message #1448] Mon, 07 March 2005 10:17 Go to next message
Anar Manafov is currently offline  Anar Manafov
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From: kp1pc34.gsi.de
I need expert’s advice Smile
I wonder either I can find the ROOT version, which is compiled, and stable (tested) under GCC 3.4.x (probably 3.4.3) or the compiler is not supported by ROOT yet.

I am sorry for the lame question Sad, but I don’t have a lot of time to check it myself and I thought maybe somebody already in touch with this info and can give short answer. Rolling Eyes

Thank you very much in advance.


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Re: ROOT and GCC3.4 [message #1449 is a reply to message #1448] Mon, 07 March 2005 11:12 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Jörn Adamczewski-Musch is currently offline  Jörn Adamczewski-Musch
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From: depc99.gsi.de
Hallo Anar,

I'm not sure what you mean with "ROOT version which is compiled and tested". If you have a look at the ROOT download
page at http://root.cern.ch/root/Version403.html
you will find a lot of precompiled binaries for the
latest root version 4.03/02. One of these is a binary package to work with gcc 3.4.3 (on AMD X86).
From this one can conclude that this root version should
compile under gcc3.4 without problems.

However, if you are not working on one of the offered binary architectures, I would recommend you to download the root sources and build the binaries yourself.
The root "configure" mechanism
has become such powerfull that it can analyse your system well and will switch to the appropriate architecture.
After downloading and unpacking ("tar zxvf *.gz"), just call "./configure" and then "make" in the later ROOTSYS directory. The rest should go automatically.

If you have any further questions how to install root on our system, just let me know.

Best regards,

Joern
Re: ROOT and GCC3.4 [message #1450 is a reply to message #1449] Mon, 07 March 2005 11:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Anar Manafov is currently offline  Anar Manafov
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From: kp1pc34.gsi.de
Joern, thank your for your response.
I will try to get the source you propose, 4.03/02.

BTW, as "ROOT version which is compiled and tested", I meant that I need a version of ROOT source code, which is compiled using gcc 3.4 without errors/warnings with “-Wall” switched on. Also, that the source is officially supported, tested and stable and not a beta or some alpha version.


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Re: ROOT and GCC3.4 [message #1451 is a reply to message #1448] Mon, 07 March 2005 20:06 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Kilian Schwarz is currently offline  Kilian Schwarz
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Hi Anar,

Yes, Joern is right: you should download and install it by yourself. At GSI only ROOT versions for:
gcc295-02
gcc295-04
gcc320-00
gcc323-00
are installed.
nothing for gcc3.4 so far ...

Cheers,

Kilian
ROOT and R3B [message #10364 is a reply to message #1451] Mon, 08 March 2010 15:39 Go to previous message
pepe is currently offline  pepe
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Hello!!!
I am pepe, and write you for other reason. I am working with R3BRoot in ubuntu 9.1.Who could help me with this problem?
I can run r3bsim.C but I cannot run eventDisplay.C. After working hard I think it is a problem of:

file->Get("FairBaseParSet")

It cannot get it. What can I do?

If I comment it in the eventDisplay.cxx script (//), I can see the display but it does not charge the events, so that I cannot see the tracks of the particles...

More information about? I can send you attached at next conversation if you want.

Thanks four your attention!!!

Pepe

PD. my other mail will be soon accepted (iem.cfmac.csic.es)
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