Memory mysteries (Linux)
Ian.Piumarta at inria.fr
Sat Aug 22 15:04:26 UTC 1998
> SqueakVM-2.0-i586-linux-2.1.24 -m40m Squeak2.1.image
Replace the -m40m with -memory 40m and it will work.
Don't forget that you can also set environment variables if you want to
change the defaults (these can still be overridden with command-line
SQUEAK_IMAGE default image name (e.g. "my.image")
SQUEAK_MEMORY default memory size (e.g. "40m")
SQUEAK_LAZY implies "-lazy" if set
SQUEAK_NOTITLE implies "-notitle" if set
SQUEAK_FULLSCREEN implies "-fullscreen" if set
SQUEAK_XSHM implies "-xshm" if set
SQUEAK_XASYNC implies "-xasync" if set
> Do I recall correctly that running an 2.1 image with a 2.0 VM is OK?
A 2.1 VM for i586-linux has been in the usual place for a while.
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