Chris McKillop <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Augie <> email@example.com> > wrote:
Chris McKillop <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
If you are, can you ping any other machines on the network from both
the QNX4 and/or the Neutrino machines?
I can ping any Windows machine from QNX 4 machines. I can ping any QNX
machine from Windows machines. I just can ping the Neutrino machine.
can I ping anyone else from Neutrino. I probably don’t have something
correct for TCP/IP on the Neutrino machine.(?)
Can you run nicinfo and post the results?
Can you do an “ls -l of /dev/io-net/” and post the results?
Here you go.
3COM (90xB) COMBO Ethernet Controller
Physical Node ID … 000102 2ED7D7
Current Physical Node ID … 000102 2ED7D7
Media Rate … 10.00 Mb/s half-duplex UTP
MTU … 1514
Lan … 0
I/O Port Range … 0xD400 → 0xD47F
Hardware Interrupt … 0x5
Total Packets Txd OK … 0
Total Packets Txd Bad … 0
Total Packets Rxd OK … 0
Total Rx Errors … 0
Tx Collision Errors … 0
Tx Collisions Errors (aborted) … 0
Carrier Sense Lost on Tx … 0
FIFO Underruns During Tx … 0
Tx defered … 0
Out of Window Collisions … 0
FIFO Overruns During Rx … 0
Alignment errors … 0
CRC errors … 0
crw-rw-rw- 1 root root 0, 1 Sep 29 04:12 en0
crw-rw-rw- 1 root root 0, 1 Sep 29 04:12 ip0
crw-rw-rw- 1 root root 0, 1 Sep 29 04:12 ip_en
In terms of interconnections, run Nfsd on the Nuetrino machine and
nfs mount what you want to share between them.
How do I do this?
On the neutrino machine make a file called /etc/exports. In this place,
one per line, the directories you want to share. For example, /usr.
as root, run portmap and then Nfsd.
On the QNX4 machine simply be running Socket (not Socklet) and type…
mount -t nfs :/usr /shared_usr
And you will have the directory /usr on the NTO machine as /shared_usr
on the QNX4 machine.
How do I set/check the neutrino machine name? I was not asked to pick a
name durring install.
Doesn’t nfs use TCP/IP? I can’t even ping other nodes, how am I going to
get the nfs to work?
email@example.com > “The faster I go, the behinder I get.”
Chris McKillop – Lewis Carroll –
Software Engineer, QSSL