Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Compiling opal - memory errors
- From: Tylerious <tylerious gmail com>
- To: "GnomeMeeting mailing list" <gnomemeeting-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [GnomeMeeting-list] Compiling opal - memory errors
- Date: Thu, 20 Apr 2006 16:19:40 -0400
I've tried both those distributions, actually. However, I spent at
least three days straight compiling my current Gentoo system. A pain,
but everything just works (except stuff like this, naturally). I may
have to give up and go back to something else. Or maybe plug in a
large flash drive and mount it as swap.
At least I know what my options are now. Thanks.
On 4/20/06, Julien PUYDT <jpuydt free fr> wrote:
> Tylerious a écrit :
> > 256 MB is all the RAM my motherboard can handle, believe it or not.
> > It's an older computer by about ten years. I watched `top` while
> > trying to compile again and noticed first that yes, my swap is being
> > used, and second that one cc1plus process was using up to 633m of
> > combined memory!
> Opal is very hard on the memory requirements... I would say it is a
> side-effect of it being written in C++.
> > Can I just get a binary of OPAL and instructions somewhere on how to
> > link it correctly?
> Don't take it as trollishly as it sounds, but http://www.debian.org and
> http://www.ubuntu.com are quite helpful.
> Snark on #ekiga
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