I have never seen this, but let me take a guess.
Did you try to configure for the GNU C/C++ compiler. Perhaps there are some
environment variables that need to be restored to some more appropriate
values for Watcom.
It may also be that some sym-links got changed for the same reason. Check
what /usr/include is pointing to (i.e. “ls -l /usr/include”) It should be
something like “usr/watcom/10.6/usr/include” (I’m not sitting at a QNX
system so don’t quote me on that). But if the path does not include
“watcom/##.#” then it is wrong.
Hope this helps. Good luck.
“Dixie Sams” <email@example.com> wrote in message
We got back to this question yesterday and tested this morning. The
node 1 got us past the licensing problem. Now, we get the following two
/us/include/sys/compiler_watcom.h (59) error! e1091: Compiler not
/usr/include/sys/target_qnx.h (12) ERROR! Not currently configured for q4.
What is causing this? Any comments,
Bill Caroselli wrote:
The way the licensing works, once node has consumed a license it stays
consumed for as long as that node is up. So, if someone had done a
on node 1 then node 1 will continue to use that license until it is
To solve your problem, reboot node 1. It may take several minutes to
“learn” that node 1 is no longer a consumer of the Wtcom license. You
should have no problem useing 2 licenses on nodes 2 and 3. I did it for
Helpful tool just in case your not aware:
will show how many licenses you own (right column) for each software
and how many are consumed (left column). It will then list all of the
consuming licenses for each program product.
Bill Caroselli - Sattel Global Networks
1-818-709-6201 ext 122
“Dixie Sams” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
news:> 3B29221F.365D988D@imaginei.com> …
We have a QNX 4.25 network with two compiler licenses. The
implementation seems to limit the development to node one and node
We need to use Node one for something besides development and would
prefer to develop on node 2 and node 3. except when we try to compile
or debug on node 3 we get a licensing error. Is there some way to
development on node two and three instead.
We also have a Watcom C 9.5 - 4 node Network Expansion License. We
installed this. The /.license file is not updated, but /etc/licenses
is. Can this four node expansion license be used for Watcom 10.? If