I apologize right away if this is the wrong address to send this to;
if it is, please refer me to the correct one.
In the PROBLEMS file of SANE-0.74 the first entry is a problem
compiling under slackware, the compiler dying with a "virtual memory
exhausted." It does actually eat up all the memory compiling the umax
I was able to produce this error with a nearly stock Slackware 3.4
installation. Upon upgrading to GCC 2.80 and version 126.96.36.199 of
libstdc++ (the std. libraries), SANE compiles without a hitch. I had
also updated my binutils to 188.8.131.52.6, but am not sure if that has
anything to do with this. Please also note that version 2.8.0 of the
stdc++ libraries seems to take muck pleasure in making X servers
segfault on my Slackware setup. I don't know if this is a reported bug
I hope this helps.
-- Matt Kuznicki -- firstname.lastname@example.org
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