binutils pass 1

admin at polerio.com admin at polerio.com
Wed Feb 15 02:39:40 PST 2006


Swap should be greater than your RAM, example if you have a memory of 256 
MB, then make your swap 300MB or 257MB etc. 

polerio 

paul.rogers at juno.com writes: 

>>> I once tried to build on a similar computer (200MMX, 96MB RAM), and also
>>> got segmentation faults.. Turned out it was running out of RAM. Setting
>>> up a Large swap partition solved the problem. (I set up 1GB swap, maybe
>>> overkill, but it solved the segmentation issues)
> 
>>That's a really good suggestion.  80MB is definitely not enough to
>>build large programs like gcc.
> 
> So how much real/swap does a LFS 2.6 kernel need?  I wonder if that could be causing my usb.rc segfaults.  I've got 64MB/256MB.  Hey, it runs LFS-4.1 just fine! 
> 
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