First of all, I must confess that I’m a complete QNX-newbie. Perhaps, there is a simple solution to the problem I have, which I don’t see.
Now my problem:
I repartitioned my disk (37 GB) to install QNX. Currently, I’m running Windows 2000 and BeOS 5.0 on the first two pr. partitions. I intended to install QNX on the third. The fourth is a extended part. with 3 logical ones in it. (Yes, one could say I’m a partition freak but that’s reserved space for a Linux installation)
However, each time I’ve tried to install QNX it has failed. If I boot from the CD, I get a message about no QNX 6.1 or higher partition to be found. I also tried to use the force partition install (F10) option, but then, after creating a QNX partition, it says: “unable to mount /cd//boot/fs/qnxbase.qfs as /qnxbase” (and yes, there really are 2 slashes).
It seemed to me there’s something wrong with the cd, but if I run it in Virtual PC 2004, everything is ok, and I can easily install it.
At the moment, I’me quite puzzled… could there be something wrong with the bios-settings or the hd? or is it some kind of known behaviour?
Thanks a lot and greetings