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Old 01-08-2011
"Cannot allocate memory" error when run from script


in my application there is a line with

it work good when it run manually,
but when try to run it within script
./device_test 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 1
I receive 'Failed to open mydevice' "Cannot allocate memory" error

how can it be fixed
thanks in advance

linux2.6.32.2 on ARM embedded board

---------- Post updated 01-08-11 at 02:18 AM ---------- Previous update was 01-07-11 at 11:50 PM ----------

also, this problem exist when I try to run the proposed application from within Qt application using QProcess or directly use open(/dev/mydevice,0); function
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usewithtor is a wrapper between the torsocks library and the application what you would like to run socksified. OPTIONS
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usewithtor runs torsocks(1) with the default configuration file, located at /etc/torsocks.conf. Running torsocks(1) directly means that no configuration file will be used (unless you manually set the TORSOCKS_CONF_FILE or TSOCKS_CONF_FILE environment variable), instead tor- socks(8) will use defaults that are sensible for most Tor installations. USEWITHTOR VERSUS TORIFY
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