Bad virtual memory limit


The system limits the amount of virtual memory an application can use (see ulimit -Hv). This is likely to prevent Windows applications from working. The reason is that Wine needs to reserve (but not allocate/use) wide swaths of the memory range to prevent Linux libraries from loading in places that Windows applications need for other things.


Running ulimit -Hv on the command line should show you the current virtual memory limit. This should show you 'unlimited':

$ ulimit -Hv

If you get any other result you should look for the location where that limit is set. This will typically be through a call to ulimit in /etc/profile, /etc/bash.bashrc, $HOME/.profile or $HOME/.bashrc.

Last modified on 2022-07-08 19:14:06 by François Gouget
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