|Subject:||[h-e-w] Kaspersky conflicts with emacs|
|Date:||Mon, 13 Dec 2010 07:57:49 -0800|
I just installed Kaspersky Internet Security 11.01
This causes emacs to fail on launch. However, if I disable Kaspersky, then launch emacs, then re-enable Kaspersky, emacs seems to run ok.
I tried adding emacs to the “Trusted app” list and to the “exclusion” list, but it didn’t help.
I read the EMACS-for-windows FAQ on anti-virus software, but didn’t see any reference to this problem. I’ve also searched the web with no luck, surprisingly
The error is:
The error occurred during the following step:
Reserving upper heap address space.
GetLastError = 487
Heap start: 0x01b00000
Heap commit: 0x01cd0000
Heap end: 0x01cd0000
1) You can dump Emacs yourself: By doing this, you ensure that Emacs' heap fits around the DLLs in your system. To dump Emacs, download the emacs-(version)-undump-(arch) distribution file from the site where you downloaded the executable distribution.
2) You can build Emacs from source. This is just another way to dump Emacs on your system.
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