On Thu, 2002-01-03 at 09:56, Sean Neakums wrote:
> begin Steve Lord quotation:
> > On Thu, 2002-01-03 at 08:49, Steve Lord wrote:
> >> Since I am building on a redhat based box, I am doing rpm builds not
> >> debian package builds, and the rpm version which appears friendly to
> >> this box is emacs-20 not emacs-21. Having said that, emacs is building
> >> OK for me here. It is difficult to tell if the problem you are seeing
> >> is in the true emacs build, or in the package generation. Can you tell,
> >> if it is the package generation then the rpm build is not a valid test
> >> case here.
> > Following up to myself, dropping the system memory to 128M seems to
> > have triggered the problem here, so yes there does seem to be an
> > XFS bug here.
> Excellent. I was beginning to think that it was something specific to
> my setup.
It gets even better, the other difference was that emacs was already
installed on the box were it worked, if I remove emacs it fails to find
it and fails in the same manner. So scratch memory size as being the
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