Compiling QT 3.x in LFS 3.3
at at fiber.net
Wed Oct 9 07:26:51 PDT 2002
Uncle Bungle wrote:
> When I run make, the build fails at random points due
> to "internal compiler errors". . . . I was wondering
> if anyone else has had similar problems and what they
> did to solve them.
> Vital system statistics:
> AMD K6-2/450 128meg SD RAM
> LFS V3.3
> XFree86 V4.2.0
Yep! I've had those problems before with the K6-2/450. Your system sounds
very close to mine.
I usually have my system overclocked to 500 MHz. But, when I try to compile
large packages at that speed, I start getting errors. If I reduce the
speed back to 450, I get none! Anwer: overheating. I have a really good
fan on the chip, but it is not enough when compiling something so complex.
My recommendation: Make sure your chip stays cool by:
- Getting a better heatsink/fan
- Getting extra case fans to improve general airflow (get the heat out of
- Slow down the processor to 400 or less (until you don't get any errors)
Something else you can do is let the chip idle for a bit, then resume the
make process. It should pick up where it left off and fix the problems
(not guaranteed, of course).
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