tcpip5

Does anyone know if tcpip5 ever been released? I lost track
a while ago because of the unacceptable loooooooooooooooooooooong
beta cycle.
If not, is it still a plan to release it? or maybe there are
two many bugs (unknown to us) still? lack of resource? or the
old qnx4 is dead reason?

“Frank Liu” <liug@mama.indstate.edu> wrote in message
news:Pine.LNX.4.33.0106050045130.4378-100000@mama.indstate.edu

Does anyone know if tcpip5 ever been released?

Hasn’t been released. Last I heard it was in QA.

I lost track a while ago because of the unacceptable
loooooooooooooooooooooong
beta cycle.

If not, is it still a plan to release it? or maybe there are
two many bugs (unknown to us) still? lack of resource? or the
old qnx4 is dead reason?

“Frank Liu” <liug@mama.indstate.edu> wrote in message
news:Pine.LNX.4.33.0106050045130.4378-100000@mama.indstate.edu

Does anyone know if tcpip5 ever been released? I lost track
a while ago because of the unacceptable loooooooooooooooooooooong
beta cycle.
If not, is it still a plan to release it? or maybe there are
two many bugs (unknown to us) still? lack of resource? or the
old qnx4 is dead reason?

I have been using the TCP/IP 5 beta on several nodes here with no problems.
QSSL beta software is better than most released software from other places.

Augie

Sorry, It looks like there was some confusion with respect to how it would
be announced. The released archive has been available at

http://qdn.qnx.com/download/updates/index.html

Dave


Frank Liu <liug@mama.indstate.edu> wrote:

Does anyone know if tcpip5 ever been released? I lost track
a while ago because of the unacceptable loooooooooooooooooooooong
beta cycle.
If not, is it still a plan to release it? or maybe there are
two many bugs (unknown to us) still? lack of resource? or the
old qnx4 is dead reason?

The released version of Tcpip5 is available for download at:
http://qdn.qnx.com/download/updates/index.html

Conditions of use (as posted on the website) are listed below:

"This software can only be used in conjunction with a valid
installation/distribution of tcpip runtime or toolkit (version 4.2x)
previously licensed to you by QNX Software Systems Ltd. (“Original QNX
Software”).

If you wish to use this product, you must review the license agreement
on the QSSL website before you may download it to your local QNX system.

QNX END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT

Except for third party software that has its own end user license
agreement terms (see references at the url below, in headers of sample
source code files and in associated documentation), all software and
related documentation that you are about to access (“Software”) is
offered to you by QNX Software Systems Ltd. (“QSSL”) of 175 Terence
Matthews Crescent, Kanata, Ontario, Canada K2M 1W8 (voice: 613-591-0931,
fax: 613-591- 3579) only for use in accordance with the applicable terms
of the QNX End User License Agreement (“EULA”) found at the url below.

The license grant which applies to you depends upon the license you have
purchased from QNX (for greater certainty this product is not offered
under the terms of the QNX Realtime Platform Non-commercial Use
License).



Augie Henriques <augiehenriques@hotmail.com> wrote:

“Frank Liu” <> liug@mama.indstate.edu> > wrote in message
news:> Pine.LNX.4.33.0106050045130.4378-100000@mama.indstate.edu> …

Does anyone know if tcpip5 ever been released? I lost track
a while ago because of the unacceptable loooooooooooooooooooooong
beta cycle.
If not, is it still a plan to release it? or maybe there are
two many bugs (unknown to us) still? lack of resource? or the
old qnx4 is dead reason?



I have been using the TCP/IP 5 beta on several nodes here with no problems.
QSSL beta software is better than most released software from other places.

Augie


Kevin Dunsmoor
QA, QNX Software Systems
kdunsmoor@qnx.com