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Re: Flite 1.2 Will not Compile!



I wondered if that might have something to do with it.  The first
machine I tried it on has 96 meg and the second I tried it on has 64
meg.  If I recall, the swap is approximately one times the amount of
memory on each box.  I got the identical error on the same module on
both machines.  I wonder where I might find a pre-compiled binary of
flite? I run slackware 9.1 so don't really know how to break down a
debian package.  If I get a precompiled binary some place, do I need
any other support libraries or resources? If more voices are acquired,
how do I hook them in? do I have to recompile flite all over again to
include them?

Thanks for putting up with all these questions.  I think flite is one
of the first programs I just can't get compiled.  I can usually bang
around enough to compile everything else and most source packages are
clean enough to compile correctly in the first place.

On Mon, Feb 02, 2004 at 08:47:20AM -0500, Mike Gorse wrote:
> How much ram and swap space do you have?  I'm guessing that gcc is running 
> out of memory -- flite needs to compile some huge .c files.
> 
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> On Mon, 2 Feb 2004, Steve Holmes wrote:
> 
> > I'm trying to create a flite binary from the flite1.2-release source
> > and I keep getting an "internal error" from gcc.  I'm doing this on a
> > slackware 9.1 box with gcc 3.2.3 (stock with slackware).  Any ideas? I
> > should also note that I can compile everything else I've attempted but
> > flite is the only one to cause this strange error.  Some claim it
> > relates to hardware problems but I can compile kernels and other big
> > apps including emacspeak and the software DECtalk module with no
> > problems at all.
> > ----- Begin make.log -----
> > making in . ...
> > making in include ...
> > making in src ...
> > making in src/audio ...
> > making in src/utils ...
> > making in src/regex ...
> > making in src/hrg ...
> > making in src/stats ...
> > making in src/speech ...
> > making in src/lexicon ...
> > making in src/synth ...
> > making in src/wavesynth ...
> > making in lang ...
> > making in lang/usenglish ...
> > making in lang/cmulex ...
> > making in lang/cmu_us_kal ...
> > gcc   -I../../lang/usenglish -I../../lang/cmulex -I../../include -g -O2 -Wall    -c cmu_us_kal_diphone.c -o cmu_us_kal_diphone.o
> > gcc: Internal error: Killed (program cc1)
> > Please submit a full bug report.
> > See <URL:http://gcc.gnu.org/bugs.html> for instructions.
> > make[2]: *** [cmu_us_kal_diphone.o] Error 1
> > make[1]: *** [.make_build_dirs] Error 2
> > make: *** [.make_build_dirs] Error 2
> > ----- End make.log -----
> > I can't seem to get past this point.
> > 
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