OK, got a problem here (I’ve asked QNX support, but our service
agreement has lapsed, so I’ll try here until it is re-instated).
To save space and licensing fees, I’m trying to opt to use the embedded
shell (esh) in our product instead of the normal ksh (which /bin/sh is
linked to). So I removed sh and ksh from /bin, and added a sh link to
Well the sysinit file executes just fine, until I get to the terminal
initialization line for the serial port we want to be able to log in to.
Everything just hangs right there. I commented this out and system went
on its merry way and completed. However, when I manually type the tinit
command (tinit -c “termdef vt100” -T ser4&) the system would hang until
I escaped out with a control C. Also interesting is that I do set tinit
up for several console sessions, but only the main console works.
If I go back to the normal shell, everything works just fine.
Anybody have any experience in this area?
As usual, TIA