ityonemo at scripps.edu
Sat Feb 5 10:12:27 PST 2005
Sorry, I managed to resolve the issues myself:
1) the correct option thing is:
--actually in my handwritten notes I didn't have the "E".
2) Also, I forgot this:
make buildkernel KERNCONF=KERNELNAME
make installkerner KERNCONF=KERNELNAME
> Are you sure you need bigger stacks? If a task is using that much
> stack space on a 32-bit architecture, the program involved probably
> needs to be redesigned anyway...
It's crystallography software (ccp4) originally designed for the SGIs and
then ported to Linux/Windows/MacOSX. It requires really huge stack
spaces, sometimes, at least. Anyways, it crashes when FreeBSD
mysteriously terminates the program with a segmentation fault. I'm just
trying to cover all my bases on the way to getting it to work. Could just
be that I need more memory on my computer, period.
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