Re: [gcc] End of virtual memory?

From: David Klasinc (bigwhale@CAPYBARA.SK-PTTSC.LJ.EDUS.SI)
Date: 08/20/97

On Wed, 20 Aug 1997, Christian Duvall wrote:

> I was compiling today and got the error (random lines in interpreter.c,
> each time I compiled)
> interpreter.c: #: Not enough virtual memory.
> Then, later I am compiling and getting this
> gcc -c -g -O -Wall -fno-strict-prototypes  interpreter.c
> gcc: can't map '/lib/'
> gcc: can't map '/lib/'
> gcc: can't map '/lib/'
> gcc: can't load library ''

No, but just maybe compiler ran out of memory? ;) It says not enough
virtual memory... Maybe for some reason your swap file was not turned
on... Or something...
 Well If you have enough memory, then beats me... :) Well maybe corrupted
libc or something... *shrug*


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