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all: running make on windows-arm fails #32135
It has been awhile since I have seen windows-arm PASS or FAIL on https://build.golang.org, and I decided to see if Go tip still builds on windows arm.
I managed to install Windows IoT on my Raspberry Pi 3.
Then I build bootstrap version of Go for windows arm by running
against go1.12.4 Git tag on my Linux computer. And I copied created directory onto my Windows RPI using Windows file share.
I could not find Git program that would run on Windows IoT, so I used my Windows 10 computer to clone Go repo onto file share on Windows IoT. I checked out go1.12.4 Git tag.
I used this command file to setup my Windows IoT environment
and then I run
I also tried 84066f1 instead of go1.12.4 for bootstrapping. I also tried running
I also cannot just increase RPI memory. So I looked for a way to get my RPI page file bigger or something. But I could not find any information on the web.
Looking for suggestions of how I can advance my
I am able to successfully build 1.14.4 using the instructions Alex posted in his first message, except adding GOARM=7 to the bootstrap.bash environment. This is on Windows 10 ARM64 with a checkout of 1.14.4:
Therefore, I believe this issue can be closed as fixed.
However, this problem -- #39465 -- now exists with gitmaster/1.15.
Great. Can you try and run all.bat, and see if it pass too.
Also, please, workout how to run windows-arm builder in your environment.
@bcmills do you know how to run windows-arm builder? If not, do you know who knows?
Maybe I made mistake, and not specified GOARM=7 to bootstrap.bash. But I think it was more likely that you have more memory in your OS. If you look at the error above
I think Raspberry PI just does not have enough memory for make.bat to run. Perhaps it needs a swap file or something.