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Re: Cygwin 2.6.1 32-bit post install failed by /usr/bin/perl.exe
- From: Achim Gratz <Stromeko at nexgo dot de>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Wed, 18 Jan 2017 19:21:02 +0100
- Subject: Re: Cygwin 2.6.1 32-bit post install failed by /usr/bin/perl.exe
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Katsumi Yamaoka writes:
> I see. But the current 32-bit full-install seems to work (I
> haven't tested everything, though).
The operative word here is "seems to work". The fact that you see no
problem already tells you that you don't need a lot of the things that
you have installed. I curate a much smaller, but still pretty
substantial Cygwin installation than "full" at work and I know for a
fact that it only works on a 32bit system when the userVM in Windows
gets changed to 3GB, otherwise you'll collide with the Cygwin heap
> Does it mean only a space, that is comparable to the one perl and
> possibly a few modules occupy, exceeds the limit? Moreover, is there
> no way to know how many space exceeds the limit, before installing? I
> won't do it even if it exists if it is hard to me, though.
YOu can check where everything got rebased to and when you see it got
rebased to where the heap should be then you know you're in trouble.
> Ok, I will try negotiating with boss for a 64-bit machine at the
> next opportunity. This is an office pc.
That's preferrable, but a 3GB user VM is at least worth a try (it still
won't save you if you insist on installing everything).
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