9 Apr 23:36 2010

### Re: gap -- sage install

Marek Kaluba <mk224 <at> st.amu.edu.pl>

2010-04-09 21:36:44 GMT

2010-04-09 21:36:44 GMT

On Tuesday 30 March 2010 00:12:46 François Bissey wrote: > > Thanks for another fix.... but... it doesn't work either > > > > Now emerge sage runs > > /usr/libexec/gap/gap -m 32 -l /usr/share/gap -r -b -p -T -o 9999G > > /opt/sage(Continue reading)/data//extcode/gap/sage.g > > > > as it should (sage.g IS in the place), but install waits forever. > > > > running it by hand gives: > > marek-laptop marek # /usr/libexec/gap/gap -m 32 -l /usr/share/gap -r -b > > -p -T -o 9999G /opt/sage/data//extcode/gap/sage.g > > <at> p1.gap: cannot extend the workspace any more > > > > at the moment I emerged -C gap and I am emerging gap once again > > Hi Marek, > > Once gap has emerged I want you to try the following command: > /usr/libexec/gap/gap -m 32m -l /usr/share/gap -r -b -p -T -o 3900m > /opt/sage/data//extcode/gap/sage.g > > It looks like the problem may be that sage is trying to use gap with > too much memory for your computer. It tries to use the settings > for a 64bits set up - whether or not you have one, let's see what > happens with the 32bits set up. > If you still get the message about extending the workspace, could > you also try "-m 8m" and may be "-o 1024" or something. > > Francois