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how to change the heap size ?

Posted 06-01-2011 at 05:41 AM by pillisrikanth

hi this is srikanth pilli from india. actually my aim is to implement the TOUCH applications with jamvm-1.5.4 and classpath-0.98 on arm9 cortex processor(ar9) i.e pandaboard. when i am trying to run java application on arm9 TFT pannel (touch screen) , it shows the message like " [dynamic-linking native method:java.lang.VMObject.wait...internel]" and after that the next line it shows "fatal IO error 0(sucess) on xserver:0".

when i follow the linux forums , most of the people suggest that this message will get due the because of HEAP MEMORY problem. so one of the person suggest me that , to solve this memory problem he suggest to change the x-loader . and he mentioned the following URL
Git tree: git://gitorious.org/x-loader/x-loader.git
Branch: master
Commit:

commit b6bbfe7848de547b64edf1c363c86cec4921b517
Author: Sebastien Jan <s-...@ti.com>
Date: Fri Mar 25 12:58:05 2011 +0530

panda: set default configuration to 1GHz

Signed-off-by: Sebastien Jan <s-...@ti.com>
Signed-off-by: Anand Gadiyar <gadi...@ti.com>

so my question is how i will get this x-loader with that specified date. so please tell me the exact path to processed in advance.
And please tell me my selected path is correct or not? and tell me how to solve this problem..........please help me anybody

thanks and in advance
srikanth.pilli
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