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Hi everyone,

I keep getting a memory heap error on ACube4x4, and I am not much of a computer person. I tried inputting the command line that the readme file says to use to increase the peak memory to 400MB and I get an error saying something about how that argument or command is unknown. I then used the following command:

java -Xms<initial heap size> -Xmx<maximum heap size>

but I didn't know my initial heap size so I ended up using the website's suggested default and used:

java -Xms32 -Xmx400

and all I got was a screen of commands, sort of like a help screen, telling me what a list of various commands do.

The particular line I am entering into ACube4x4 to get the memory heap error is:

603000 ! UB ! ! ! UF !! !! !!

as I am trying to let ACube help me search for nice parity algs for 4x4 BLD.

Thanks for any help in trying to get to where Acube will run this line, or at least I will figure out if it can't be run on my computer. I hope I have detailed at least what I have tried to do so far, from the standpoint of a non-computer savvy person.

Chris

I keep getting a memory heap error on ACube4x4, and I am not much of a computer person. I tried inputting the command line that the readme file says to use to increase the peak memory to 400MB and I get an error saying something about how that argument or command is unknown. I then used the following command:

java -Xms<initial heap size> -Xmx<maximum heap size>

but I didn't know my initial heap size so I ended up using the website's suggested default and used:

java -Xms32 -Xmx400

and all I got was a screen of commands, sort of like a help screen, telling me what a list of various commands do.

The particular line I am entering into ACube4x4 to get the memory heap error is:

603000 ! UB ! ! ! UF !! !! !!

as I am trying to let ACube help me search for nice parity algs for 4x4 BLD.

Thanks for any help in trying to get to where Acube will run this line, or at least I will figure out if it can't be run on my computer. I hope I have detailed at least what I have tried to do so far, from the standpoint of a non-computer savvy person.

Chris