wxwidgets out of memory during compilation
I used WxWidgets when writing my application.
When I tried to compile my application on my mips machine I got out-of-
I have 256M dram on my machine and I my linux kernel is 2.6.10.
Could it be the that compilayion takes so much memory? I am building a
very simple GUI....
The message I get when I compile is:
/usr/local/include/wx-2.8/wx/image.h:136: warning: dereferencing type-
punned pointer will break strict-aliasing rules
/usr/local/include/wx-2.8/wx/gtk/filepicker.h: At global scope:
/usr/local/include/wx-2.8/wx/gtk/filepicker.h:112: warning: unused
parameter #windows#...How to set up a Linux machine that occupies the minimum memory footprint ?
I need to set up a machine to render huge amounts of graphics. As
rendering goes, the speed of a rendering is often determined by the
amount of FREE memory.
In the project that I am about to engage in, by my own (maybe faulty)
calculation, some scenes may need up to 4 GB of memory, therefore, I
need to find a way to MINIMIZE the Linux memory footprint.
The program I use can run either on X-Windows, or command line - so I
am thinking of scrapping X-Windows and directly go down to the
console. Am I making the correct decision here ?
About memory buffers, I have a problem.
I have read up a lo...Excel staying in memory
In my application I open Excel via automation server (OLE).
When the worksheet is filled, it must remain open for further use.
So when my functions has ended i do: oExcelApp:= NULL_OBJECT without
The point is that if the user quits excel, it remains open.
Mostly when the user manually opens excel again. Excel doesn't start well.
Sometimes it shows part of Excel and than Excel hangs.
What is going wrong.
This came from this group a while back and seems to be working ok for me in
METHOD DestroyOleObject() CLA...Looking for a more elegant way to do memory offsets
I am currently using an implementation of sysV shared memory. The entire
shared memory is allocated is one continuous block of which I get the
pointer to the head, everything should be done as offsets from this. At the
moment I have two data structures, a head to a linked list which in it
contains the pointer to the first element in the linked list( this is
redundant as far as I can work out) and the list itself. The data
structures are as follows
double radiusR; //radius of repulsion (contact ra...free memory display different in sar and vmstat
Why are the "sar freemem" and "vmstat memory free" values different?
$ vmstat 2 2
kthr memory page disk faults
r b w swap free re mf pi po fr de sr f0 s0 s2 s6 in sy cs
us sy id
0 0 0 2582024 1673328 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 512 69 85
0 0 99
0 0 0 2350792 1443872 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 509 235 133
0 0 100
$ sar -r 2 2
SunOS test 5.10 s10_51 sun4u 03/08/2005
11:53:54 freemem freeswap
11:53:56 178654 4654353
11:53:58 178654 4654353
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From the user app, I'm calling my kernel driver to fill the given
buffer with some data. The IOCTL is of type METHOD_OUT_DIRECT. The
buffer size can be from 128K to about 2MB. From the driver, I use
MmGetSystemAddressForMdlSafe() to get the address of the buffer. The
DDK doc says that the address is valid because it has been locked by
the manager already.
This has been working well for almost all the cases, but when I run
the app/driver together with a test program that creates a lot of
threads and takes up almost all of the system memory, I get a page
fault on...key bindings, auto completion, and built-in networking in ksh
I have a few questions I hope you guys can answer
1. is there a way i can change auto completion in ksh to work like it
does in bash (TAB instead of ESC+ESC).
2. how can i see the "binding" and "escape codes" ( hope I'm using the
correct terms here) of keys to editing commands. for example
_A and __A are bound to the up arrow keys
^[[x;ym - will change text color in the terminal (x,y are numbers).
how can i see other combinations and edit them?
3. I found an interesting tidbit in shelldorado.com regarding built-in
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I'm on a corporate Windows 2003 network on which I'm trying to find a
Win XP computer that is plugged in to the network, I can ping it, but
it isn't joined to the domain. It has grabbed an IP address that was
supposed to be reserved. (I inherited part of this network, I didn't
set it up). I can resolve the IP to the computer name, but I need to
physically locate it to either turn it off or change the IP. I have
no idea where it is. I'm looking for ways to do this remotely since I
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Any su...Amount of swap space for 8GBytes of physical memory
I've intalled AIX 5.3L on a p520 with 8GBytes of memory, taking all the
Everything seems to be fine.
But the swap size is just 500MBytes.
Does this seem low to you?
Not an AIX person, but yes, it **sounds** very very low. someone else
will be able to give you a better answer. also, it depends on what you
will be running on this machine.
Neil Truby wrote:
> I've intalled AIX 5.3L on a p520 with 8GBytes of memory, taking all the
> Everything seems to be fine.
> But the swap size is just 500MBytes.
> Does this seem...98se to 2000 pro error message
I'm in the process of upgrading my P3 box to 2000 from 98se. After the
initial reboot, when it's time to check the c drive, I get an error:
not enough memory, or your 2000 setup disk has a corrupted file.
I figured out that it wasn't the disk. So I added some memory to the
box, and still got that error message.
I booted up with a 98 bootdisk and started searching for files to
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backward, and I'm afraid that I'...How to check AIX 5.2 Shared memory size ?
How to check AIX 5.2 Shared memory size ?
> How to check AIX 5.2 Shared memory size ?
You don't. You don't need to. The total number of possible shared
memory segments on AIX is much larger than you'll ever utilize.
If that doesn't address your question, restate your question with
On 6$B7n(B27$BF|(B, $B>e8a(B1$B;~(B31$BJ,(B, "Gary R. Hook" <gh...@no.spammers.net> wrote:
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I built a scene with many subpatched objects, I'd like to render the scene
with Interpolated radiosity (2x6).
Lightwave allocates about 1.4 Gigs of memory for this action. The thing I'm
wondering about is, why LW uses 1.2 Gigs virtual memory and 'only' 0.2 Gigs
of the physical memory.
Can I somehow adjust the usage of virtual/physical memory?
I set segment memory limit to 768 MB.
My System: P4 2.4 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 20 GB free on System HD
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filename1 = "e:\\jxkh\\tools\\getKhbz.rb"
file1 = open(filename1,'w')
file1.print "def getKhbz(did)\n"
file1.print " case did\n"
cs = (1..2498).to_a
for j in cs do
str = " when '" + j.to_s + "';return '" + j.to_s + "';\n"
file1.print " else\n"
file1.print " return ''\n"
file1.print " end\n"
file1.print " end\n"
getKhbz.rb:2499: memory exhausted
when '2497';return '2497'...[OT] Latitude C6xx/8xx Memory Capacity
OK. Book says, and so does any configurator on quite a few sites I've tried,
that these notebook series have a capacity of 2x512MB. I'm currently
running this one (C840) with 2GB of RAM, so don't throw away your five year
old notebook just yet! My C640 has 1.5GB, which makes the difference
between me being able to run Call of Duty on battery and not being able to
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Spanking brand new colour laser printer/scanner/copier/...LabView memory is full
Dopo aver mandato in RUN il mio applicativo (.exe) si � verificato unmessaggio di errore dopo circa 4 ore .
Il messaggio di errore � :LabView memory is fullvi"arsia_radar_ctrl.vi" was stopped atnode 0x77FC of subVI"idf_708_radar_ctrlserver.vi"
Da che cause pu� dipendere il messaggio "LabView memory is full "?
Vi invio anche il subvi di cui LabView fa riferimento.
Grazie per l'aiuto.
http://forums.ni.com/attachments/ni/170/174197/1/idf_708RADAR_CTRLSERVER....Searching for Ultimon built-in Monitor/Debugger for XL/XE
i am searching for Ultimon built-in Monitor/Debugger 800XL or 130XE.
It seems, that it is the only Debugger capable of setting Breakpoints.
On 3/4/12 3:17 PM, michael alers wrote:
> i am searching for Ultimon built-in Monitor/Debugger 800XL or 130XE.
> It seems, that it is the only Debugger capable of setting Breakpoints.
Ultimon or Omnimon?
On 2012-04-02 20:22:31 +0000, Clu said:
> On 3/4/12 3...Where is a tmpfs physically placed? In memory RAM or on hard disc?
Assume I define in file /etc/fstab a new line for an additional tmpfs filesystem with mount point /tmp
(and mount it either manually of through reboot).
Then I copy some file stuff onto this filesystem dir /tmp
Where are these files physically placed? Does /tmp only exist in memory RAM or inside an existing partition (which ?) on hard disc?
On 16.11.12 8:13 , Peter Hanke wrote:
> Assume I define in file /etc/fstab a new line for an additional tmpfs filesystem with mount point /tmp
> (and mount it either manually of through reboot).
> Then I copy some file ...Memory configuration #2
Im having an odd issue if my LSB is a 1 I get a Data Abort fault.
Writing to 2FFFFFF0 works fine
Writing to 2FFFFFF1 causes the Data abort fault,
Which I can now say is what is been causing my problems with romboot.bin
because the second it tries to write to address 0x20000001 it dies an
causes my string of NAK on Sector errors. Suggestions? Im pretty muc
using the stock sources from romboot, I only changed the value for th
SDRAMC_CR register to match my SDRAMS row col settings, other than that
nothings changed...... Also Im using CroosTool's gcc build script to buil
t...Is there a way to find out Seagate HDD's P/N without looking at its physical drive?
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