Description of problem:
I tried to compile Flite (a small version of Festival) -
Sunday morning, I changes calls (./config/config) for gcc (gcc 4.1 in
my system) to gcc32 and worked. Programs compiled fine. Sunday afternoon
I update system for last kernel version 2111 and program stopped to
gcc32 -I../../lang/usenglish -I../../lang/cmulex -I../../include -g -O2 -Wall
-c cmu_us_kal16_res.c -o
gcc32: Internal error: Killed (program cc1)
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[../../build/i386-linux-gnu/obj/lang/cmu_us_kal16/cmu_us_kal16_res.o] Error 1
make: *** [../build/i386-linux-gnu/obj/lang/.make_build_dirs] Error 2
make: *** [build/i386-linux-gnu/obj//.make_build_dirs] Error 2
I don't remember all packages that I update, but were related with kernel,
selinux, nmap, xemacs, etc.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Flite version 1.3
Please, see description above.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. download program.
3. change ./config/config (gcc for gcc32).
I am using a Toshiba Satellite, 512 Mbytes, 512 Mbyte of swap, FC5.
This means gcc got killed by OOM killer, 512MB RAM/swap really isn't much
for many larger sources especially when you have other apps running.
Try increasing the size of your swap or decrease the number of other apps running
at the same time.
gcc32 is provided as is just for compatibility, so even if GCC 3.2.x was too much
memory hungry on the source, it will stay that way.