[manjaro-dev] trouble building 32 bit packages

kendell clark coffeekingms at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 03:32:24 CEST 2016

hi all
I've just added a set of cups drivers and ppd files for kodak easy share
and hero printers, all in one printers, faxes, etc. The package is
called c2esp. I'll be maintaining it of course. It seems to be
architecture dependent and I've already pushed the 64 bit package to the
repository. However, when trying to build the 32 bit package, which I
did right after pushing the package, I keep running into the same error
I've posted about on hear a couple of weeks ago. Sudo: main: unable to
allocate memory. This is with the latest manjaro-tools-pkg version
installed, 0.12.2-2. I didn't want anyone thinking I was forgetting to
upload 32 bit packages, for some reason I can't. I also used to
occasionally run into errors that said that signing wasn't possible,
permission denied. I use the following command to build 32 bit packages.
buildpkg -c -a i686 -w -s -p <packagename>, where packagename is the
package being built. Can anyone confirm this?
Kendell Clark

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