Hello, I’ve installed ROOT before on other machines (Linux boxes) and on a few Macs. So I’m not a total blank slate when it comes to installing and compiling ROOT, but recently I’ve had some problems.
On a new Linux box, I installed SLC4. I then installed ROOT from subversion to get the latest build (about three days ago).
I have some other code that has compiled fine in the past on other machines with ROOT (version 5 or greater), but when I attempt to compile it on this machine I get the following error:
~/root/bin/rootcint: error while loading shared libraries: libCint.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
This was a little alarming, since when I compiled ROOT from source, it ran perfectly. I edited my bashrc file to export the paths to use ROOT and such, and I am able to open it from a terminal anywhere, so ROOT is working fine.
I am even attempting to compile as superuser, so I should haven’t any permission errors. As a last ditch effort, I even did an svn update to see if any patches had been released in the last couple days in case this was a problem with the root I had obtained.
But I still have this error… any help? Thoughts?
High Energy Physics
University of Nebraska-Lincoln