> > Anyhow, it isn't normal to have every program complaining about OOM at
> > 14 out of 32 megabytes allocated, no matter if you have swap enabled
> > or not.
> maybe, but what I tried to tell you is that you are barking at the wrong
> corner. This is not a Linux/MIPS problem (if any), but a generic Linux
This is _certainly_ a linux/MIPS problem, and _not_ a generic Linux problem.
Maybe I should have explained myself better.
I would be able to run a ls in another console if I had 18 Mb free RAM.
shift-scroll lock shows me that I have enough free pages. When I have around
14 Mb RAM used (summary of all programs, in free) I can't allocate any more in
any application. So, if this was a 2.1 generic Linux problem I wouldn't be able
to use more than 14 Mb RAM on a PC having 32 Mb either, no matter if I split the
that memory into several applications.
(note: this is not any limit problem, I'm running unlimited - and as root)
My Indy acts like it had just 14 Mb of RAM. I can't compile the kernel, I can't
compile egcs, I can't do anything which requires lots of memory..
Yes, I think you are barking at the wrong corner, I haven't seen anything like
this on a 32 Mb intel machine.
Swap isn't working yet, right?