On Wed, Sep 09, 2009 at 05:42:55PM -0300, Rafael Seste wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 9, 2009 at 5:23 PM, Pavel Troller<patrol@sinu...> wrote:
> >> On Wed, Sep 09, 2009 at 07:11:07PM +0200, Pavel Troller wrote:
> >> > Yes, we know. It's simple. OOM means "Out Of Memory". Your machine runs out
> >> > of memory during compilation (you don't have swap, it's also visible from the
> >> > dump), so your system is simply too small to compile this. Add either RAM or
> >> > a swap device.
> >> > With regards, Pavel Troller
> >> The SheevaPlug has 512MB RAM. It should be good enough.
> >> An extra swap can indeed help, even if it is on an external USB storage
> >> partition.
> I did that....I added a 2GB USB driver as a swap. It took more time
> but the same error occurred.
> After 20 min I got out of memory (512MB + 2GB)
> The strange point is that I already compiled a complete version of
> asterisk and got not errors.
FWIW, I had no problem building dahdi-linux on my SheevaPlug. I have
Debian Lenny installed on it (with a more recent kernel).