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SubjectRe: 2.6.13-rc3-mm3
On Mon, 1 Aug 2005, Richard Purdie wrote:

> > Is this related to the size of the process? Can you do a successful kernel
> > compile w/o X?
>
> Its an embedded device and lacks development tools to test that. I ran
> some programs which abuse malloc and the process would quite happily hit
> oom so it looks like something more is needed to trigger the bug...

Could you get me some more information about the hang? A stacktrace would
be useful.

Well the device is able to run X so I guess that a slow kernel compile
would work. At least the embedded device that I used to work on was
capable of doing that (but then we had Debian on that thing which made
doing stuff like that very easy).

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