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the default with no '-j' argument is a
serial build, equivalent to '-j1'.
On 24/11/2021 17:13, Karza wrote:
perhaps you could try to use the -j
parameter to reduce the number of parallelism of the
compile process. ( Even down to 1 )
Of course the compile will then take
( a lot ) more time, but might actually succeed.
( Once upon a time I was too eager
and pecified too large number for -j which then caused compile
73's de Kari, oh2gqc
On 24.11.2021 18.30, Edward Seeliger
Bill - thanks.
I did not add any suffixes (-j) / options to the build command
except as specified in the tarball instructions. But that is
what I suspect is happening.
I will have to research (learn again) how to change (temporaily)
the memory allotment on the RPI and see if that works.
Edd - KD5M