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RE: bash "Couldn't Allocate Heap" error - info.

On 06 March 2006 21:22, Larry Hall (Cygwin) wrote:

> Jonathan Arnold wrote:
>> Antony Baxter wrote:
>>> Earlier today I had installed the drivers for my new
>>> Logitech webcam. Suspecting that these might be the
>>> problem, I killed all the Logitech processes,
>>> restarted all my Cygwin services, restarted Cygwin/X,
>>> and lo & behold, all the errors disappeared and
>>> everything worked fine.

>> And after much experimentation, I think you just need to stop one file
>> from running. I'm not sure what was causing it to run, as it wasn't in
>> any of my startup folder.  But if you rename
>> /program files/common/logitech/LVMVFM/LVPrcSrv.exe
>> to something else (I called it LVPrcSrv.exe.old), Cygwin/X starts working
>> again, and there is no loss of functionality that I can tell.
> A simple Google unearthed:
> <>
> This sheds a little light on the subject of what this service is there for.

  Big lolz on us then :) turns out the MSYS guys knew about it way back in

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