There are a few things you should know about
the differences between QNX and BSD. QNX has
a very small kernel which is well debugged.
There is generally no reason to “hack” it.
Further more, the source is not available.
On the other hand, QNX itself is extremely
flexible and extensible. Because many major
services, eg. file handling, are done outside
of the kernel, you can add on your own version,
or filter the existing resources in a transparent
Previously, Sansonetti Laurent wrote in comp.os.qnx:
I’m currently studying in final year and I have to do some kernel hacking within QNX.
I know nothing about QNX kernel (my experience is BSD based), so where can I found documentation about QNX internals ? (even books…)
Thanks in advance, and sorry for my bad english,
Sansonetti Laurent - > http://lrz.linuxbe.org
Mitchell Schoenbrun --------- email@example.com