Eric Zhou <2Eric@21cn.com> wrote:
My prime goal is to learn how to write a I/O resource manager in
QNX 4, but I’d like to get much more knowledge about QNX Neutrino.
Writing a resource manager (Neutrino) or I/O manager (QNX 4) have
theoretical and structural similarities, but the actual details
of how to go about doing so is quite a bit different.
So, unfortunately, taking one of the Neutrino courses would not
give a lot of information about how to write a I/O manager for
QNX 4. The best course for the is “Reatlime Programming under
QSSL offer two courses of ‘Realtime Programming under the QNX
Neutrino? Kernel’ and ‘Writing Drivers for QNX Neutrino’, If I
take the courses all, that’s too long.
Usually people take one or the other of those courses. If you
are not already somewhat familiar with Neutrino programming,
the “Realtime Programming under Neutrino” course is the better
choice. The “Drivers” course assuming more knowledge about
Neutrino, and goes into more depth on writing different types
of drivers. Both deal with writing a resource manager for
Neutrino, but, again, the “Drivers” course does it in more
detail. But, as I said above, neither covers how to write
an I/O manager for QNX 4, and it is quite a bit different.
Maybe I can take a course, such as ‘Realtime Programming under the
QNX Neutrino? Kernel’, by the end of course, can I learn how to write
a I/O resource manager?
It will teach how to write a QNX NEUTRINO Resource Manager, but
not how to write a QNX 4 I/O manager.
QNX Training Department