Multiprocessor Support

hi,
i was wondering how i get my Abit BP6 dual celerons recognised.
currently it only shows one cpu…so my rc5 cracking suffers!!
i would have thought the install would have detected the dual cpus a la BeOS ??

any help appreciated.
regards
peter

Peter Moore
Director
CDWS
http://www.cdws.com.au/
http://www.loved.com/

Peter Moore <peter@cdws.com.au> wrote:

hi,
i was wondering how i get my Abit BP6 dual celerons recognised.
currently it only shows one cpu…so my rc5 cracking suffers!!
i would have thought the install would have detected the dual cpus a la BeOS ??

I’m dualing with a BP6 now.

Read the helviewer docs on mkifs and then run mkifs on the
/boot/build/qnxbasesmp.build script to create an SMP boot image.

Copy the image to /.boot (backup /.boot to /.altboot) and next time
you boot, you’re using SMP.

There some info at http://staff.qnx.com/~cdm (from memory)

<pete@qnx.com> wrote in message news:8sccvf$78m$1@inn.qnx.com

Peter Moore <> peter@cdws.com.au> > wrote:
hi,
i was wondering how i get my Abit BP6 dual celerons recognised.
currently it only shows one cpu…so my rc5 cracking suffers!!
i would have thought the install would have detected the dual cpus a la
BeOS ??

I’m dualing with a BP6 now.

Read the helviewer docs on mkifs and then run mkifs on the
/boot/build/qnxbasesmp.build script to create an SMP boot image.

Copy the image to /.boot (backup /.boot to /.altboot) and next time
you boot, you’re using SMP.