Mike Montoya <email@example.com> wrote:
I am trying to run mig4nto to port over a QNX4.25 program and it won’t work.
I type in Makefile and tells me not found.
Do you mean you type in ‘make’? Which directory are you in
when you do this.
I run mig4nto just to see what happens and it says the following:
/usr/bin/mig4nto: cannot open pp%C: No such file or directory
/usr/bin/mig4nto: Options :: not found
/usr/bin/mig4nto: -m : not found
/usr/bin/mig4nto: syntax error ‘default’ expected
The mig4nto utility that comes with the QRtP is a QNX 4 binary and
therefore will only run on QNX 4. The above looks like what you’d
get if you tried to run the QNX 4 version on QRtP. The QNX 4 binary
is in /usr/src/qssl/util/mig4nto/qnx4/x86.
If you want to run it on the QRtP instead then you can:
- Get the latest version from our website (www.qnx.com). It
contains a Neutrino runnable version. The information on all
this has also been made clearer in that version.
- Port it to Neutrino. I don’t recall the necessary changes off
hand but there isn’t much. The biggest, I think, was changing
the call(s) to fullpath() to realpath().
I then type in the following: mig4nto program.c -o /develop
I get the same as above.
I want to how mig4nto works. I’ve tried the following the documentation that
comes with it and I can’t get it to work.
How does everyone else get it to work. May be someone can post or send me
email @ > firstname.lastname@example.org