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[Fwd: Octave 2.0.12 cygwin32 error message]

From: William D Kirby
Subject: [Fwd: Octave 2.0.12 cygwin32 error message]
Date: Sat, 16 May 1998 00:23:59 -0400

William D. Kirby             Voice: (703) 273-0005
Consultant                   Email: address@hidden
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--- Begin Message --- Subject: Re: Octave 2.0.12 cygwin32 error message Date: Fri, 15 May 1998 13:50:18 -0700 (PDT)
For those of you having an Insufficient Virtual Memory Allocation

  Please, disable _ALL_ of the malloc and xmalloc routines 
  provided by the package.

  Then use the mmalloc library provided by cygwin.

To fix the most serious problems:
  Please, _READ_ the IMPORTANT UPGRADE NOTICE at the end of this note.
  Please, ensure that there is only _ONE_ cygwinb19.dll.
  Please, ensure that _ALL_ b18 binaries have been removed.
  Please, _USE_ the Searchable Mail Archives.

-        \\||//

Please, research your question via the Searchable Mail Archives first.          (Searchable Mail Archives)

Check out these great gnu-win32 related sites:                  (ftp site)                    (Comercial Page)                   (Project Page)     (HTML Man Pages)                               (Sergey Okhapkin)                (Sergey's ftp site) (Colin Peters - Mingw32)    (Mumit Khan)   (Jeremy Bettis - mirror)                   (Chuck Bogorad's ports)  (GNU-Win32 Bash Configuration)                  (Rob Warner - software ports)  (Andy Piper - ports)     (Christopher Faylor - package ports) 
                                                       (German mirror)      (Valery Tulnikov - software ports) (David fox - RPM packages)

Help for Win32 Beginners:

DISCLAIMER: These links or links from these pages to other sites do
not constitute an endorsement of any entities, advertisers, products 
or services therein. I am not responsible for and do not control or 
monitor the content of these sites or the accuracy of information 
found therein.

-------------------- IMPORTANT UPGRADE NOTICE ------------------------
You should get the following to update your cygwinb19 package:

Sergey Okhapkin's coolview package which contains an updated 
cygwinb19.dll.  (Yes, even if you've already downloaded the b19.1 
update from the Cygnus Site).

Mumit Khan's compilation of EGCS for the cygwinb19.dll; especially if 
your using the C++ compiler.  The current version of the compiler that 
comes with the tools has lots of problems that have been fixed with 
the EGCS version.  This is a drop-in replacement for the GCC toolset.

URL's are listed above.

---William D Kirby <address@hidden> wrote:
> Using Octave 2.0.12 built using cygwin b19.1 I'm starting to get an
> error message that reports:
> "The heap has been split, CYGWIN can't fork this process. Increase the
> heap_chunk_size in the registry and try again."
> How do I set the chunk size? The program basically stops properly
> functioning after this error message appears. I will even get error
> messages of insufficient memory afterward.
> I'm using NT v4.0 build 1381 with service pack 3 on a 333 MHz
Pentium II
> with 256 MB RAM.
> Bill
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