Insufficient kernel memory was available for your request.
This almost certainly means that one or more programs on your machine has gone out of control and has used up all of the virtual memory (physical and swap) on the machine. Expect lots of weird things to happen as many programs don't check for this (for example if malloc(3) failed).
I found that ENOMEM is declared in /usr/include/sys/errno.h
but in mine linux distribution it is defined in /usr/include/asm/errno.h
so, you should #include <errno.h> to get all the errno's, or you'll miss some :)
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