Re: Compiling Gnome ?

On Mon, 20 Jul 1998, Pascal Hofstee wrote:

> On Mon, 20 Jul 1998, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> > 
> > > /usr/local/include/ministl/vector.h:285: virtual memory exhausted
> >  
> > I see you are another victim of MICO memory requirements.  This means
> > you have to increase your virtual memory to compile the code.
> > 
> > You can do that.  Or you can try the freshly coded CORBA
> > implementation that some GNOME hackers have been working on: ORBit
> > (Andrew, Dick, and Elliot) If you use ORBit, you will not be punished
> > again from not having enough memory or cpu power.
> ORBit requires me to have glib-config (which as far as I can see frces me
> to use gcc-2.8.x which is not exactly 'stable' on FreeBSD as far as I
> know) I prefer my good old gcc-
> And I already noticed that it's indeed NOT the LACK of virtual memory
> that's causing the problem ... but the fact that my system-config limits
> me to use more than 58M of virtual memory for one single process ....
> If ANYBODY can help me on how to avoid that problem ... It should work.
> (coz I have about 60-70MB of Swap-Space available when it core-dumps)
> Pascal

try doing ulimit -d unlimited;ulimit -m unlimited;

in bash and see if that helps

Manish Vachharajani

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