Subject: Re: WINE will not link (and shell limits)
To: Brad Colbert <email@example.com>
From: Jonathan Marsden <Jonathan@XC.Org>
Date: 08/31/1997 20:35:22
On 31 Aug 1997, Brad Colbert writes:
> I'm having a problem linking wine970824. I'm getting an error
> from the linker...
> ld: virtual memory exhausted
> I have 65 megs of swap space. How could this be?
Check your shell limits. ulimit -a will display them in bash. These
are often too small for big compiles, or massive edits of huge files
in Emacs, for example.
The one I hit with Emacs is the data seg size limit. You may be
hitting the vm size one.
In a root shell, you can fix these with ulimit -d 262144 and ulimit -v
Incidentally, does someone know where the default limits can be
configured in NetBSD 1.2.1? I'd like to increase some of them...
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