plotting from octave: address space already occupied, fork aborts
Thu Sep 15 03:42:00 GMT 2011
Marco atzeri <marco.atzeri <at> gmail.com> writes:
>On 9/14/2011 5:33 PM, Paul wrote:
>> Marco atzeri<marco.atzeri<at> gmail.com> writes:
>>> The right command should be:
>>> $ rebaseall -s 'dll|so|oct'
>> Thanks again, Marco. Unfortunately, still no joy after redoing you
>> rebaseall& peflagsall statements and rebooting.
> I suspect your Windows 7 Enterprise 64-bit is using more space
> than rebaseall and cygwin expects.
> After the plot error could you check the octave PID with
> ps and attach a copy of
> file ?
> It should give us an idea of unavailable address space on your system
> due to the MS system and other programs dll's.
I made a mistake, it's actually Windows 7 Enterprise 32-bit.
The workplace has an atmosphere of vigilence toward sharing info about
work related assets in the open. I will try to duplicate the problem
at home and post the specified details.
<...some time later...>
Unfortunately, duplicating it at home is a no-go. I am running into a
different problem between octave and gnuplot on Windows 7 Professional
64-bit. The problem seems to be accurately captured by someone else's
account http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?33291 .
I'm going to treat octave as a strictly nongraphical application for
the time being.
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