Would be possible to re-create your build with the following autogen.input,
and let me know if it worked for you?

--disable-gstreamer-0-10
--with-lang=es
--with-myspell-dicts
--with-distro=LibreOfficeLinux
--enable-release-build
--with-package-format=deb
--disable-dependency-tracking
--with-jdk-home=/your/path/to/your/jdk

I'm still bumping on the wall trying to compile... grrr....

El mié., 14 ago. 2019 a las 1:25, Michael Weghorn (<m.wegh...@posteo.de>)
escribió:

> On 14/08/2019 03.44, escuelaslinux wrote:
> > Well, today I tried by using Debian 10 (Maybe it would work by going to
> the
> > source, right?)
> >
> > Wrong. It was an awful experience.
> >
> > After seven hours in which the fans were at max, I didn't realize that
> the
> > make process hanged. No warning, no memory overflow messages (This VM
> has 6
> > GB of RAM assigned, BTW).
> >
> > [...]
>
> I built LibreOffice from git tag 'libreoffice-6.3.0.3' in an i386 Debian
> buster (Debian 10) (s)chroot (host is Debian testing amd64) and that
> went fine with the following autogen.input (i.e. the one you pasted
> previously except for the '--with-external-tar' flag):
>
> $ cat autogen.input
> --without-system-postgresql
> --without-junit
> --without-java
> --without-help
> --without-doxygen
> --disable-odk
> --disable-gstreamer-1-0
> --disable-gstreamer-0-10
> --disable-firebird-sdbc
> --with-lang=es en-US
> --with-myspell-dicts
> --enable-debug
>
> #--with-external-tar=/home/linux/libreoffice/libreoffice/core/external/tarballs
> --without-krb5
> --without-gssapi
> CC=gcc -mfpmath=sse -msse2
> CXX=g++ -mfpmath=sse -msse2
>
>
> [Some of the 'sal' unit tests failed, so I commented those out and then
> the build including unit tests went fine. The unit test failures I got
> look like they were caused solely by the (s)chroot setup, and could
> probably be fixed by configuring the chroot properly; output:
>
>     #Initializing ...
>     #
>     #logonUser function need root/Administrator account to test.
>     #You can test by login with root/Administrator, and execute:
>     #testshl2 -forward "username password"
> ../../../wntmsci9/bin/Security.dll
>     #      where username and password are forwarded account info.
>     #if no text forwarded, this function will be skipped.
>     warn:vcl.app:30539:30539:sal/cppunittester/cppunittester.cxx:470:
> Fatal exception: assertion failed
>     - Expression: ( pw = getpwuid( getuid() ) ) != nullptr
>     - getpwuid: no password entry
>
>
>
>     Error: a unit test failed, please do one of:
>
>     make CppunitTest_sal_osl_security CPPUNITTRACE="gdb --args"
>         # for interactive debugging on Linux
>     make CppunitTest_sal_osl_security VALGRIND=memcheck
>         # for memory checking
>     make CppunitTest_sal_osl_security DEBUGCPPUNIT=TRUE
>         # for exception catching
>
>     You can limit the execution to just one particular test by:
>
>     make CPPUNIT_TEST_NAME="testXYZ" ...above mentioned params...
> ]
>
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