>>>>> "DL" == David Loke <dihuei@stripped> writes:
DL> I've runned --with-low-memory but it still doesnt work. Ok, let me tell you
DL> the way I install it. I am actually installing into a virtual server. With a
DL> directory [/usr/home/theoikoses].
BSD/OS has three places where you limit the amount of resources any
single person/program can use: System wide enforced by the kernel (and
settable via the sysctl program), default per-user limits set by
/etc/login.conf, and per-process limits set via the shell "limit"
Just make sure you have plenty of memory use allowed when you compile.
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