IO-error -2 at ... : Under LINUX you can get this message at
compiler startup. It means typically that the compiler doesn't find the
error definitions file. You can correct this mistake with the See Fr
option under LINUX.
Error : File not found : xxx or Error: couldn't compile
unit xxx: This typically happens when
your unit path isn't set correctly. Remember that the compiler looks for
units only in the current directory, and in the directory where the compiler
itself is. If you want it to look somewhere else too, you must explicitly
tell it to do so using the See Fu option. Or you must set op
a configuration file.
No space in environment.
An error message like this can occur, if you call
SET_PP.BAT in the AUTOEXEC.BAT.
To solve this problem, you must extend your environment memory.
To do this, search a line in the CONFIG.SYS like
and change it to the following:
You may just need to specify a higher value, if this parameter is already set.
If the compiler writes
a message that there is no coprocessor, install
the coprocessor emulation.
Not enough DPMI memory
If you want to use the compiler with DPMI you must have at least
7-8 MB free DPMI memory, but 16 Mb is a more realistic amount.