[manjaro-dev] trouble building 32 bit packages
coffeekingms at gmail.com
Tue Jun 28 21:35:26 CEST 2016
The last two packages I've tried to build have run into this problem.
They are espeak and c2esp. c2esp is a set of cups drivers for the kodak
easy share and hero series of printers, and espeak is, well, espeak.
I'll open an issue right away, just let me get some caffeine.
Philip Müller wrote:
> Hi Kendell,
> I had this issue also. I did a reboot and it worked again. However I
> don't remember the kernel it happened with as I've all kernels installed
> and switch them. Please open an issue so we can track it:
> Send me also a list of packages needed to be built for you.
> Am 28.06.2016 um 03:32 schrieb kendell clark:
>> 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
>> manjaro-dev mailing list
>> manjaro-dev at manjaro.org
> manjaro-dev mailing list
> manjaro-dev at manjaro.org
More information about the manjaro-dev