Caloro Maurizio | 1 May 13:01 2009
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locations.xml - Out of memory ?

Dear netbsd members

So if i want compile libgweather-2.26.1 from "/usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather" and with the newest cvs
update its appair this error.

Please can anyone help me with any informations about this message
thanks in advance
MC

gmake[2]: Entering directory `/usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather/work/libgweather-2.26.1/data'
LC_ALL=C /usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather/work/.tools/bin/intltool-merge --multiple-output
--xml-style --utf8 --cache=../po-locations/.intltool-merge-cache ../po-locations
Locations.xml.in Locations.xml
Found cached translation database
Merging translations into Locations.xml.
Out of memory!
gmake[2]: *** [stamp-Locations.xml] Error 1
gmake[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather/work/libgweather-2.26.1/data'
gmake[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather/work/libgweather-2.26.1'
gmake: *** [all] Error 2
*** Error code 2

Stop.
make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather
*** Error code 1

Stop.
make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather
*** Error code 1
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matthew sporleder | 1 May 13:14 2009
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Re: locations.xml - Out of memory ?

On 5/1/09, Caloro Maurizio <mauric <at> gmx.ch> wrote:
> Dear netbsd members
>
>  So if i want compile libgweather-2.26.1 from "/usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather" and with the newest cvs
update its appair this error.
>
>  Please can anyone help me with any informations about this message
>  thanks in advance
>  MC
>
>  gmake[2]: Entering directory `/usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather/work/libgweather-2.26.1/data'
>  LC_ALL=C /usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather/work/.tools/bin/intltool-merge --multiple-output
--xml-style --utf8 --cache=../po-locations/.intltool-merge-cache ../po-locations
Locations.xml.in Locations.xml
>  Found cached translation database
>  Merging translations into Locations.xml.
>  Out of memory!
>  gmake[2]: *** [stamp-Locations.xml] Error 1
>  gmake[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather/work/libgweather-2.26.1/data'
>  gmake[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
>  gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather/work/libgweather-2.26.1'
>  gmake: *** [all] Error 2
>  *** Error code 2
>
>  Stop.
>  make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather
>  *** Error code 1
>
>  Stop.
>  make: stopped in /usr/pkgsrc/devel/libgweather
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Michael Kell Jensen | 1 May 21:47 2009
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Release of NETBSD 5.0, HURRAH, more bruhaha

Hi

I see NetBSD 5.0 is released.

I just think it needs a tiny bit more celebration :)

Why wasnt it announced on netbsd-users.
And pkgsrc - with announcements, or predictions of the first packages 
compiled for the release version.
And a few other lists, or maybe i missed it?

netbsd current users was the first i saw it. but not official statement.

I fired up the browser and went to netbsd.org, and saw a little linkie,
and the news announcementl.

I just thinks it needs some celebration when you release.

NetBSD, hurrah hurrah,
Aaaaannnnd Champagne.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
~ RELEASE!! ~~~~~~ NetBSD 5.0 ~~~~~~  RELEASE!!   ~
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Cheers, hic, netbsd is the bestes, hup sinces, sliced toaster, hics!

Thanks for the work you put into it,

Regards
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Neal Hogan | 1 May 23:20 2009
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4.0.1 -> 5.0

This is my first time upgrading a netBSD system. I've had 4.0.1 on it
for a while and it's a pretty old laptop (mid 90's) and,
unsurprisingly,  pretty slow.  I'm working through
http://www.netbsd.org/docs/current/#installing227 and booting the new
GENERIC i386 kernel is taking . . . well . . . forever. I realize that
my machine is slow and am accounting for that, but the "building
databases" part of the boot took over night and "clearing /tmp" seems
to be taking about as long. The system is minimum . . . base, system
comp.

I guess all I'm asking is whether I need to be more patient. I
apologize I don't have a dmesg, but as I suggest above the machine
doesn't have much. I essentially did a fresh install of 4.0.1, which
runs fine, and immediately began the upgrade to 5.0 (I didn't even add
a non-root user).

I appreciate your time.

-Neal

--

-- 
www.nealhogan.net          www.lambdaserver.com

Mark Weinem | 2 May 08:23 2009
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Re: Release of NETBSD 5.0, HURRAH, more bruhaha

Hi Michael,

thanks for celebrating and enjoying the release of NetBSD 5.0!!

> Why wasnt it announced on netbsd-users.

So you don't follow the netbsd-announce <at>  mailing list  and  the NetBSD Project 
Blog? Highly recommended readings!

> I fired up the browser and went to netbsd.org, and saw a little linkie,
> and the news announcementl.
> I just thinks it needs some celebration when you release.

It was announced all over the web :-) 

> NetBSD, hurrah hurrah,
> Aaaaannnnd Champagne.

As you know: "No hype required" ;-)
Have fun at your local Release-Party!  

Cheers, Mark

Christos Zoulas | 1 May 23:34 2009

Re: 4.0.1 -> 5.0

In article <ab7b49bc0905011420n7ec2e6e4w998f640b9c4c813e <at> mail.gmail.com>,
Neal Hogan  <nealhogan <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>This is my first time upgrading a netBSD system. I've had 4.0.1 on it
>for a while and it's a pretty old laptop (mid 90's) and,
>unsurprisingly,  pretty slow.  I'm working through
>http://www.netbsd.org/docs/current/#installing227 and booting the new
>GENERIC i386 kernel is taking . . . well . . . forever. I realize that
>my machine is slow and am accounting for that, but the "building
>databases" part of the boot took over night and "clearing /tmp" seems
>to be taking about as long. The system is minimum . . . base, system
>comp.

Something is wrong with the new kernel, perhaps time related or interrupts.

Can you give us a dmesg output?

christos

Cem Kayali | 1 May 23:35 2009
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Re: Release of NETBSD 5.0, HURRAH, more bruhaha


Hello!

This is the first time a NetBSD version supports vital components of my 
desktop machine and (modern) notebook  'out of box' without modifying 
source code and compiling kernel :-)

As a way of showing my pleasure, i have participated in donation 
campaign too - and i invite everyone to visit 
'http://netbsd.org/donations' page and support NetBSD!

Thanks again.
Cem

Mark Weinem, 05/02/09 09:23:
> Hi Michael,
>
> thanks for celebrating and enjoying the release of NetBSD 5.0!!
>
>
>   
>> Why wasnt it announced on netbsd-users.
>>     
>
> So you don't follow the netbsd-announce <at>  mailing list  and  the NetBSD Project 
> Blog? Highly recommended readings!
>
>
>   
>> I fired up the browser and went to netbsd.org, and saw a little linkie,
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Neal Hogan | 2 May 03:32 2009
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Re: 4.0.1 -> 5.0

On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 4:34 PM, Christos Zoulas <christos <at> astron.com> wrote:
> In article <ab7b49bc0905011420n7ec2e6e4w998f640b9c4c813e <at> mail.gmail.com>,
> Neal Hogan  <nealhogan <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>>This is my first time upgrading a netBSD system. I've had 4.0.1 on it
>>for a while and it's a pretty old laptop (mid 90's) and,
>>unsurprisingly,  pretty slow.  I'm working through
>>http://www.netbsd.org/docs/current/#installing227 and booting the new
>>GENERIC i386 kernel is taking . . . well . . . forever. I realize that
>>my machine is slow and am accounting for that, but the "building
>>databases" part of the boot took over night and "clearing /tmp" seems
>>to be taking about as long. The system is minimum . . . base, system
>>comp.
>
> Something is wrong with the new kernel, perhaps time related or interrupts.
>
> Can you give us a dmesg output?

I'd be happy to.

Is there a way to get one without it fully booting? I'm looking at
possibilities within single-user mode, but if you could help in the
meantime, that would be great.

Just to remind . . . I get an IP. I just never get to a prompt (during
normal, multi-user boot).

Thanks!
>
> christos
>
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Christos Zoulas | 2 May 03:50 2009

Re: 4.0.1 -> 5.0

In article <ab7b49bc0905011832o450082a9oe7ff3b5b0cf265d5 <at> mail.gmail.com>,
Neal Hogan  <nealhogan <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>On Fri, May 1, 2009 at 4:34 PM, Christos Zoulas <christos <at> astron.com> wrote:
>> In article <ab7b49bc0905011420n7ec2e6e4w998f640b9c4c813e <at> mail.gmail.com>,
>> Neal Hogan  <nealhogan <at> gmail.com> wrote:
>>>This is my first time upgrading a netBSD system. I've had 4.0.1 on it
>>>for a while and it's a pretty old laptop (mid 90's) and,
>>>unsurprisingly,  pretty slow.  I'm working through
>>>http://www.netbsd.org/docs/current/#installing227 and booting the new
>>>GENERIC i386 kernel is taking . . . well . . . forever. I realize that
>>>my machine is slow and am accounting for that, but the "building
>>>databases" part of the boot took over night and "clearing /tmp" seems
>>>to be taking about as long. The system is minimum . . . base, system
>>>comp.
>>
>> Something is wrong with the new kernel, perhaps time related or interrupts.
>>
>> Can you give us a dmesg output?
>
>I'd be happy to.
>
>Is there a way to get one without it fully booting? I'm looking at
>possibilities within single-user mode, but if you could help in the
>meantime, that would be great.

dmesg in single user mode?

christos

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James K. Lowden | 2 May 18:21 2009

Re: 4.0.1 -> 5.0

Neal Hogan wrote:
> 
> > Can you give us a dmesg output?
> 
> I'd be happy to.
> 
> Is there a way to get one without it fully booting? 

/var/run/dmesg.boot

--jkl


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