On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 2:14 PM, Jared Smith<jsmith@digi...> wrote:
> On Wed, 2009-09-09 at 12:07 -0500, Miguel Molina wrote:
>> My quick guess is that your device is running out of memory when it's
>> compiling, and that's why is the process would be killed... am I
>> right? Never seen some linux in such a situation.
> That's what it looks like to me... it sounds like you're encountering
> the OOM killer. When Linux runs out of memory and doesn't have swap
> memory, it can be setup to kill off processes to try to find enough
> memory to continue running... In this case, it appears to be killing
> your compiler.
> Can you cross-compile your application on another box (with more
> memory), and then copy the binaries over to your ARM device?
Tks guys, I will try to cross-compile.
I just need some help on which binaries I should copy and to where
should I copy them.
Is there flag to set on makefile to generate a tar or to change the