I’m running Qnx 4.25…a work project requires this specific OS. And I can’t seem to configure the network card so that I can ftp to this machine.
I have tried this with two different network cards and the results are the same.
Make sure Net is dead.
Run the appropriate driver as per nettrap. The latest card I’m trying is the 3Com Etherlink III 509B-TPO. Nettrap is telling me to use the driver: “Net.ether509 -p300 -l1”
Net and the driver both appear in sin as well as ps. Both seem to be running fine.
At this point, I can use netmap and netinfo -l and I see the card. I see its mac address, etc. Obviously the OS is aware of the card at this point.
ifconfig en0 10.2.22.2 netmask 255.255.255.0
ifconfig: ioctl (SIOCGIFFLAGS): no such interface
- This is correct…if I “ls /dev” there is no en0, no en1, no en2, etc. The enX devices don’t seem to exist.
And that is basically my problem…all the documentation seems to assume that en0 exists, or that en1 exists…but those devices don’t exist. Why is it that the OS is aware of the ethernet card, the driver seems to run fine, but there is no corresponding device in /dev ???
What exactly do I have to do in order to create the en0 interface, so that I can use ifconfig to configure it?
BTW, I tried to run Socket and I get this output:
Socket: unable to attach name: /qnx/socket
If anyone can help me, I would greatly appreciate it…this is driving me up the wall and holding me up at work. I can’t find any docs here or at qnx.com that address this issue.