[manjaro-dev] main: unable to allocate memory strikes again

kendell clark coffeekingms at gmail.com
Sun Aug 28 13:29:53 CEST 2016


I'm getting this same issue when trying to build the 32 bit version of 
espeak. There's been some substantial changes in espeak over the weekend 
and I've already updated the 64 bit package. Does anyone know what in 
the world causes this problem? It's not a build error, it never even 
begins to build. Right after checking out the git repo is where it 
fails. I've deleted /var/lib/manjaro-tools and /var/cache/manjaro-tools, 
as well as clearing the package cache with sudo pacman -Scc, but nothing 
seems to work. I've checked the espeak pkgbuild and it's set to "make 
-j1". Something's really weird hear. Would someone mind maybe looking 
into buildpkg to see if they can track down the problem? I'd help but my 
coding skills leave something to be desired lol. I'd likely make things 
worse if I messed around with the code.

Kendell Clark

On 08/26/2016 10:41 PM, kendell clark wrote:
> hi all
> I've just updated the liblouis package in extra since version 3.0 has
> come out. I've already updated the pkgbuild in packages-extra and
> committed it, also built and uploaded the 64 bit package. But when
> trying to build the 32 bit package I get that infamous "sudo: main:
> unable to allocate memory" error again. I've tried several times but the
> 32 bit package won't build. Would someone mind either looking into this
> or uploading a 32 bit package? I'm sorry to keep having this problem but
> the weird thing is that it doesn't always happen. The command I use to
> build packages is
> buildpkg -c -w -a i686 -p programName -s
> Thanks
> Kendell Clark

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