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bug#24708: 25.1; Launching Emacs Under ld-linux.so Results in Memory Exh


From: Nicolas Hafner
Subject: bug#24708: 25.1; Launching Emacs Under ld-linux.so Results in Memory Exhausted on Some Linuxes
Date: Wed, 6 Jun 2018 11:31:24 +0200
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I've tested it with 26.1 and indeed the problem seems to have been fixed. Fantastic!


On 06/06/18 01:45, Noam Postavsky wrote:
Nicolas Hafner <address@hidden> writes:

Attempting to run Emacs 25.1 with ld-linux.so under certain Linux
distributions will cause an immediate crash with a "Memory exhausted"
message. I can reproduce this consistently under Arch Linux (Kernel
4.8.1-1) and Debian Stretch (Kernel 4.6.0-1). However, Emacs launches
just fine with ld-linux under Linux Mint 17.1 (Kernel 3.13).
Does still happen with Emacs 26.1?  There's been some changes to memory
allocater selection since then.


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