I’ve done this on QNX4. What platform are you talking about ? I suspect
that Qnet is a little green for doing this on a production system, although
theoretically it is easy.
In QNX4 you can do something like (assuming you are on node Y):
Input -d //X/dev/photon kbd kb &
Where X is the node number of the machine “driving” Photon.
Keystrokes that you type on node Y will be emitted in the Photon space
on node X.
On QNX6 you should be able to do the following (in theory):
devi-hirun -d /net/phdriver/dev/photon kbd kb &
Where “phdriver” is the node “driving” Photon.
“Jeff Rogers” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
We need to have the keystrokes entered by a keyboard on a remote QNX
system (hosted on an Ampro board) drive Photon on second QNX system
(also hosted on an Ampro board). The two Ampro boards will be linked
Has anyone ever done this before?