Problem in running make file on Ubuntu 16.04
komalbharadiya at gmail.com
Tue Jan 8 08:57:00 UTC 2019
Thanks, I'll check it out.
On Jan 8, 2019 1:44 PM, "Kaganski Mike" <mikekaganski at hotmail.com> wrote:
> On 08.01.2019 10:44, Komal Bharadiya wrote:
> > I have been trying to setup libreoffice dev-environment lately. After
> > executing ./autogen.sh file, I hit make command. The execution takes
> > ample amount of time. It hangs my laptop, and I end up switching it off.
> > I have tried multiple no. of times. But couldn't run it successfully,
> > what can I do? Please help!
> > I have Dell Vostro 3568 model.
> > Thanking you in anticipation!
> > Building LibreOffice takes time, a lot of time. Exactly how much depends
> on how powerful your machine is
> Several lines below, there's "Approximate times" section, telling
> someone's experience with some unspecified repo revision, which took 1.5
> hrs. I can tell you that I used to have ~8 hrs build time on Kaveri 7700
> box with spinning HDD.
> You should expect long build times on your laptop. But if you also are
> going to do other tasks on it during the build (to increase build times
> even more), then you may adjust it using --with-parallelism (discussed
> there), which defaults to use all your cores, but which you could want
> to set to a lower value to free some resources; or you may run make
> using nice (`nice make`) to decrease its priority and make system
> responsive to interaction without sacrificing cores.
> Best regards,
> Mike Kaganski
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