I am newbie to QNX. I want to install QNX on my Laptop.
I have Windows XP in my primary partition (NTFS).
I have a data drive(fat32) and Fedora Core 2 as my other partitions.
My order of partitions is:
Windows XP | Data | Fedora Core 2.
I searched online for this kind of a problem but couldn’t find one. So, just registered with this site to post my problem.
Can I take around 2GB space from my fat32 partition (data) and then install QNX. i.e. Windows XP | data (fat32) | QNX | Fedora Core 2.
How should I handle my boot loader? Currently I have grub as my boot loader. I am planning to install QNX. Reboot in Fedora Core and install Grub again incuding my QNX in the grub?
Just want to know how far is it possible?
Thanks for your response.
to resize partitions use PartitionMagic…
GRUB can load QNX… My personal config for GRUB for example:
title Windows 2000 / MS DOS 7.1
title linux-2.4.26 (Slackware build)
kernel /boot/vmlinuz root=/dev/hda5 vga=0x318 ro
title QNX 4.25E (.boot) / QNX 6.1 (.altboot)
title QNX 6.3.0
title FreeBSD 5.2.1-RELEASE
kernel (hd1,1,a)/boot/loader currdev=disk2s2
title Boot from floppy disk
Thank you for your reply. I shall go and try it now. So you think the QNX partition between Data and Linux should be OK. Also, installing QNX on a system already with XP and Fedora core should be OK?
See my GRUB config script… I boot from my HDDs Win2k, slackware linux, QNX4, QNX6, FreeBSD.
All bootable partitions plased before 8Gbt limit…