QNX4.25 compatible laptop

Has anyone used any of the Dell laptops with QNX4.25 and checked out the
PCMCIA, video chip etc… ?

I was unable to use miniPCI ethernet controller (3com chip), which is part
of new Dell notebooks.

Pavol Kycina

“Ray Threadgould” <microcon@globalnet.co.uk> wrote in message
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Has anyone used any of the Dell laptops with QNX4.25 and checked out the
PCMCIA, video chip etc… ?

Pavol Kycina wrote:

I was unable to use miniPCI ethernet controller (3com chip), which is part
of new Dell notebooks.

Pavol Kycina

“Ray Threadgould” <> microcon@globalnet.co.uk> > wrote in message
news:afci32$6q9$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
Has anyone used any of the Dell laptops with QNX4.25 and checked out the
PCMCIA, video chip etc… ?

We are in the process of working with Dell to find a solution on our
need for high resolution laptops. I haven’t heard from Dell concerning
the CardBus chipsets used but I have been told (by them) that on the
higher-end laptops, I can specify the Xircom mini-PCI card (Intel chips)
in lieu of the 3-Com. (I have not been told whether there would be a
price shock.)


Best Regards

Mackay Foster

Previously, Ray Threadgould wrote in qdn.public.qnx4:

Has anyone used any of the Dell laptops with QNX4.25 and checked out the
PCMCIA, video chip etc… ?

My Dell Inspiron 4000 works fine with 4.25. PCMCIA and ATI
graphics both work. It’s about 6-7 months old, though, and
since models change all the time YMMV.

Previously, Ken Schumm wrote in qdn.public.qnx4:
[…]

My Dell Inspiron 4000 works fine with 4.25. PCMCIA and ATI
graphics both work. It’s about 6-7 months old, though, and
since models change all the time YMMV.

I failed to mention that the ethernet port on the docking
station worked fine as well. I don’t recall what brand it
was, but nettrap start found and started it just fine.