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CLisp under Linux, run time error
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- Subject: CLisp under Linux, run time error
- From: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Mon, 21 Nov 1994 11:39:42 EST
I recently installed Linux on my PC and I tried to install
the CLisp version Oct. 94 too.
Because i didn't use Linux before (so i'm an absolute beginner with it)
i ignored the Linux question and answers so far unfortunately ...
Hope this isn't too much redundant.
I ftp'd the binary version and this is what happened:
after starting CLisp:
Cannot allocate private shared memory segment
errno = ENOSYS: Function not implemented
Lisp.run: Not enough memory
Memory at this time:
Mem: 7024K av., 3120K used, 3904K free, 1768 shrd, 1140K buff
Swap: 16668K av., 0K used, 16668K free
Is this an error message from Linux itself ?
I compiled the Linux kernel version 1.1.50
The CLisp Oct. version from 93 is running.
Must i install a new version of gcc ?
I dont have the version here. Linux is running at home =)
It comes from the InfoMagic CD Oct. 94
Many thanks in advance