Re: Compiling Gnome ?

On Wed, 22 Jul 1998, Pascal Hofstee wrote:

> On Mon, 20 Jul 1998, Manish Vachharajani wrote:
> > try doing ulimit -d unlimited;ulimit -m unlimited;
> > 
> > in bash and see if that helps
> I now know for sure that I CAN compile beyond the limits set by my kernel.
> when recompiling MICO I watched swap-file usage and noticed that
> sky-rocketing close to about 90MB for just the compile ... so I know it IS
> possible.
> The problem with compiling the gnome-panel is that the make starts a
> sub-shell in which my root-resource-limits ... don't seem to be the way I
> set them right before giving the make-command.
> I think my mico-problem could be solved by just not having that extra
> sub-shell there ... anybody that could look at this a little closer ... or
> give me another solution  (and please don't mention the ORBit
> implementation ... I am NOT gonna run gcc2.8 ... (which is according to
> myself needed to even compile ORBit))
> Pascal

Ok, you could try putting the ulimit stuff in a shell rc file that gets
read for non-login files.  I believe .bashrc is one of these files.  Also,
I am using ORBit with gcc from RH 5.1 and it seems to work fine,
why do you think you need gcc 2.8?

Manish Vachharajani

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