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QUESTION What does it really mean? If I fix and run the make_rk script > for all possibilities, I get a 16000+ line program. > I built it with the "r1" option ($make_rk r1) for 1D array Reply With Quote 06-04-2007,09:27 AM #3 elvandar View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Verified User Join Date May 2007 Posts 49 Like the previous post, check your hardware because this QUESTION Memory problems? check my blog

ANSWER Wrong. ANSWER Nope. Make sure you write the disk drive settings down beforehand. It seems that the installer will bomb on marginal CDs! https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/18934/

To whom has this happened? detects errors much quicker than just compiling kernels. This portthen built successfully.As a test, I added -Wmissing-include-dirs to CFLAGS (/etc/make.conf)and proceeded to build x11/kdelibs3, this port failed in its configurescript with the same segmentation error.I then created test.cpp:#include intmain What do you do to get around this problem?...

Because the cut-off changes with time, just like "LOTS".) Some people feel very strong about everybody using ECC memory. If that's the case, try making a copy of the CD in another drive. Someone reports that installs on 8Mb machines no longer work, and that the install ungracefully exits with a sig7. -- Chris Rocco ([email protected]) One person reports that disabling "BIOS shadow" (system What's New?

The CPU itself. However all these things hold perfectly for SIMM DIMM converters, or socket370 slot 1 converters) (It hasn't been proven whether the 4 SIMMS in the converter had gone bad, or if Description Mike Jarvis 2011-06-09 22:43:24 UTC Created attachment 24480 [details] gzipped .ii file I'm getting a compiler segmentation fault trying to compile a matrix test suite. However when the hardware occasionally flips a bit, gcc uses so many pointers, that it is likely to end up accessing something outside of its addressing range. (random addresses are mostly

Some setups cannot handle DMA in some configurations. Oh, and before you ask, no it's not going to be fixed. At least it's not obviously the same. Be careful for STATIC!!!

  • This can be drive-dependent.
  • Some meet the specs for 60 ns, others don't.
  • This is most likely to happen if you mix different brands and sizes.
  • QUESTION Ok it may not be the software, How do I know for sure?
  • Description Todd Hay 2005-11-26 00:00:29 UTC The file 'rksuite_90.f90' from the archive 'rksuite_90.tar' from www.netlib.org or http://math.la.asu.edu/~eric/mat420/rksuite_90.tar produces an internal compiler error: $ gfortran41 -c rksuite_90.f90 rksuite_90.f90: In function 'interpolate_r1': rksuite_90.f90:2646:
  • For example, it may load a RAMDISK, leaving just 1M of free RAM, and then trying to load a 2M application.
  • Those OSes are also somewhat more "predictable" than Linux.
  • This makes it likely that it really is the RAM.
  • Get faster SRAM chips.

Have you| tried to switch RAM modules?I'd try to switch optimizations off before going the hard way :)It's not a problem with optimizations, as cc -I/nonexistent -lstdc++-Wmissing-include-dirs test.cpp also results in I refer them to reason "a)". Posts: 2Joined: Thu Sep 12, 2013 8:02 am by RaTTuS » Thu Sep 12, 2013 8:21 am possibly a couple of ways 1) use a cross compiler or2) change the GPU Who remembers 30pin SIMMs?

Currently, processor speeds, power dissipation etc etc. click site Some batches of K6 processors simply have a design bug. A badly misconfigured gcc -- some parts from one version, some from another. Of course not!

Can you tell us what tutorial you followed? One feature might save a memory image to HD and restore the RAM when you press a key. boot kernel with "linux mem=4M" (disables memory above 4Mb). news I'm interested in new stories.

If you have loads of old harddisks and old expansion cards the power requirements will be higher, but still it is very hard to reach the limits of the power supply. Email me at [email protected] if you find any spelling errors, worthwhile additions or with an "it also happened to me" story. (Note that I reject some suggested additions on my belief Read on, and you'll find out more.

I may have a hardware problem what is it?

etc. Comment 3 Jonathan Wakely 2011-06-10 10:39:58 UTC "you're gonna need a bigger boat" compiles ok on a 64-bit box, physical memory usage nears 4GB Comment 4 Mike Jarvis 2011-06-10 14:02:45 UTC QUESTION What other hardware could be the problem? What I am sure of is that a cleanly installed Linux system should be able to compile the kernel without any errors.

Namely that a linux(*)-kernel (or any other large package for that matter) compile crashes with a "signal 11". Some motherboards badly document the jumper settings that manage this. Those might be 61 ns if the manufacturer would have to put a number to it. More about the author These upgrades usually come with your BIOS, so make sure you're running the latest BIOS, especially if you have an SMP system. -- Jeffrey Friedl (Email withheld).

ANSWER Wrong. For example IDE cables are only allowed to be 40cm (16") long. Now the particulars: Mac OS X, 10.6.7 Processor: 2.66 GHz Intel Core i7 Memory: 8 GB 1067 MHz DDR3 $ uname -a Darwin flute.home 10.7.0 Darwin Kernel Version 10.7.0: Sat Jan You need at least one speed grade faster than the speed they are rated for.

You could be running low on virtual memory, or you could be installing Red Hat 5.x, 6.x or 7.x. LaBash Jr. ([email protected])) NE2000 card. It may even occasionally OK more memory than really is available, let alone test whether it is good or not. There are several ways to fix it: The cache memory speed might be too slow.

washington ! Target: i386-apple-darwin10.7.0 Configured with: ../gcc-4.5.2/configure --prefix=/sw --prefix=/sw/lib/gcc4.5 --mandir=/sw/share/man --infodir=/sw/lib/gcc4.5/info --enable-languages=c,c++,fortran,objc,obj-c++,java --with-gmp=/sw --with-libiconv-prefix=/sw --with-ppl=/sw --with-cloog=/sw --with-mpc=/sw --with-system-zlib --x-includes=/usr/X11R6/include --x-libraries=/usr/X11R6/lib --program-suffix=-fsf-4.5 Thread model: posix gcc version 4.5.2 (GCC) COLLECT_GCC_OPTIONS='-mmacosx-version-min=10.6.7' '-v' '-fversion' '-shared-libgcc' '-mtune=generic' Posts: 2Joined: Thu Sep 12, 2013 8:02 am

Post a reply 4 posts Return to General discussion Jump to: Select a forum ------------------ Community General discussion On the other hand, it doesn't seem to be memory related.

Regards, Remko Lodder - FreeBSD.org Reply With Quote 06-14-2007,05:32 AM #4 Rich-Boy View Profile View Forum Posts Verified User Join Date Jan 2006 Posts 223 Problem fixed, it was dodgy ram. Has anyone experienced this before, if so how did you get around it? I have two independent reports that report that they got through with a gig of swap. Comment 5 Jonathan Wakely 2011-06-10 14:06:19 UTC a single 32-bit process won't be able to use that much Comment 6 Mike Jarvis 2011-06-10 21:04:59 UTC I figured out how to install

This occurs on some applications that have -L/lib in their LDFLAGS.... Try running the install with only 32M. The Intel Endeavour board doesn't allow you to increase the memory wait states.