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

Ramon Buldo rbuldo at gmail.com
Sun Aug 28 14:44:12 CEST 2016


Just pushed the version i686 to unstable. I created a issue about the
i686 troubles https://github.com/manjaro/manjaro-tools/issues/250.

Kind regards
Ramon Buldó

2016-08-28 13:29 GMT+02:00 kendell clark <coffeekingms at gmail.com>:
> hi
> 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.
> Thanks
> 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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