“Andrew” <email@example.com> wrote in message
Reason I query the CD-ROM drivers is that we run a QNX4.25 system and wish
to add the tcp/ip module.
We have received the software on CD. The QNX system hardware has no CD.
Can you not connect a CDROM drive temporarily to do the install (I’m
surprised it doesn’t have the CD-ROM driver already installed)? How did you
install the QNX system originally?
You could install (from the CD) onto a different computer, grab the cdrom
driver and transfer it to the original system (any way you can).
We are happy to install a CD, but how will it work, given that
- the drivers on the QNX site state Mistumi
- no obvious place to download any CD drivers
Given that you’re trying to add a tcp/ip module, even if the cdrom drivers
where available to download, I’m not sure how could you download them on a
system without a tcp/ip stack?
Perhaps more information on how the system originally got the QNX OS onto
it, would allow everyone to contribute more ideas on how to get you running.
With a PC, I always felt limited by the software available.
On Unix, I am limited only by my knowledge.
–Peter J. Schoenster <firstname.lastname@example.org>