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Re: [Bug-gnuzilla] Segmentation fault upon start-up

From: Otyugh
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnuzilla] Segmentation fault upon start-up
Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2014 21:48:38 +0200

> Whenever I have tried to compile it, I get the message "No more memory".
> Is it possible that you could compile a 32-bit version of Icecat and
> make it available to me?

Tu get virtually more space for compiling, just use temporary swap. Here are 
the steps for allocating 2Go :

Adding swap :
>fallocate -l 2G /swap #generate a file of 2Go length
>swapon /swap #using this file as additional swap. If you reboot, you must do 
>"swapon" again to use the file /swap as swap. 

##Now you should have enought memory to compile.

Removing swap :
>swapoff /swap
>rm /swap

...I've an unrelated question : is it possible to compile icecat on arm 
architecture without headache? A bunch of dependance seem to be missing in 
debian's repository when I try (using "apt-get build-dep iceweasel").

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