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On 8/10/05, Stuart Longland <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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> David Cummings said:
> > Hey,
> > I've run into a couple of programs that either when configuring or
> > running cannot allocate shared memory, or detect that it is available.
> > Is there an easy way to test whether or not it's available? should it
> > be mounted in a special way? Thanks for any info, my info is below.
> Are you still running n32? This problem could be an n32-ism with newer
> kernels. Are you able to reproduce this on o32?
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This is n32. I recall at least one of the apps working with o32. What
would be the issue with n32?
The way that can be named is not the Way.
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