A user submitted the attached patch for partial support for arm64 on
Debian/Ubuntu. It only enables cgc, 3m still hangs during compilation.
If the patch makes sense to you, perhaps you'd like to apply it
From 7b5acfba9a1df00f0427d1d2e1a92570da3ab2d1 Mon Sep 17 00:00:00 2001
Juan Francisco Cantero Hurtado wrote:
Works fine on my machine.
I've re-built the whole thing several times over the past few days and
it does not fail every time. It has failed once out of the last three
builds I did.
Try with ulimit -d 100.
My limit was already set at 1048576 :-) The
It looks like this patch was submitted for v6.1. Version 6.1.1 (the
current release), uses SGC instead of Boehm's GC during the build
process by default. So, it at least avoids this immediate problem.
I can't think of any other problem that would turn up in v6.1.1, but
I'm not sure it will work.
Racket sometimes fails on openbsd/i386. The person who is in charge of
the openbsd i386 packages has seen similar problems since the first day.
My usual tricks to build racket is increase the datasize (-d), the
number of open files (-n) and the stack size (-s). I only use one job in
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