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From:Vivek Khera Date:July 12 1999 1:54pm
Subject:Re: problem solved...
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>>>>> "EL" == Ed Lazor <osmosis@stripped> writes:

EL> The solution was to run configure with the parameter:  --with-low-memory

EL> Kinda strange since the system has 128mb of ram and 256mb of swap space but
EL> *shrug* hehe it works and that's what counts! :)

Just because your system has that much resource does not mean that
your single process can use them all.  Unix is a multi-user
multi-process system and must ensure resources are available to all
processes.  You need to increase your per-user and/or per-process
limits to use the added memory.  You may need to increase the
system-wide limits as well.
problem solved...Ed Lazor11 Jul
  • Re: problem solved...Paul DuBois11 Jul
  • Re: problem solved...Vivek Khera12 Jul