Subject: 1.5.1 make build failure
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Matthias Buelow <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/07/2001 20:31:32
a "make build" of a freshly checked out netbsd-1-5-PATCH001
(from Wednesday), bombed out on my VAXstation today...
I wonder if it's the source tree or if it's just unsufficiently
set limits which make it fail:
building shared crypto library (version 0.2)
ld -x -shared -o libcrypto.so.0.2 --whole-archive libcrypto_pic.a --no-whole-archive
ERR_get_string_table value declared inconsistently err.c(513) :: a_object.c?(60)
BN_print, arg 1 declared inconsistently bn_print.c(296) :: nsseq.c?(61)
libdes_version value declared inconsistently ecb_enc.c(63) :: rpc_enc.c?(61)
ERR_get_err_state_table value declared inconsistently err.c(518) :: a_object.c?(60)
DES_version value declared inconsistently ecb_enc.c(64) :: rpc_enc.c?(61)
DHparams_print, arg 1 declared inconsistently t_pkey.c(281) :: nsseq.c?(63)
make: Cannot allocate memory.
*** Error code 2
Notice that make complains about an out of memory condition; however,
lint is failing before that already, without giving any hint about such
an error... I wonder now if the lint error is related to the out of
memory condition or if lint's complaints about the llib-lcrypto are
Anybody else compiled a freshly checked out 1.5.1 lately, preferrably
on a low resource machine such as a small VAX?