[Maxima] ram problem
vadim at vkonovalov.ru
Sat May 19 03:40:50 CDT 2007
Vadim V. Zhytnikov wrote:
>ahmet alper parker writes:
>>I am using the latest windows build of Maxima and trying to solve
>>nonlinear equations. But as I understand during the build process of gcl
>>there is a ram bottleneck and the build I use can not continue analysis
>>and stops from the ram problem. I tried to build the windows version
>>from source but when trying to ./configure the gcl it stops as "cant
>>find c compiler" althoug I got the correct version for gcc and binutils
>>but dont (and cant find but the latest) for gcl.
I see that GCL's configure issues 'uname -s', what does your 'uname -s'
reports to you?
>> Can you people provide
>>me a rebuild of the maxima with greater Ram capabilities. Or at least
>>could the next release can have greater ram capability? At least 2 gb
>>ram or 4 gb ram should be allocated as my opinion. Can someone build it
>>for me :) I will really appreciate this if someone can :)
I can share CLISP-built maxima for you to try;
but it's quite easy to download CLISP binaries and recompile using
LISP-only build instructions at
>Situation with maximal RAM for Maxima (in fact for gcl)
>on Windows is sad.
Can you please share knowledge about maximum memory for other LISP
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