First, let me say “What a cool OS.”
What a cool OS.
I’m tinkering with QNXRTP and I love it. It’s my new toy! I was
especially dazzled by how fast and easy the network installation
went–Microsoft should be particularly ashamed of that.
Now, on to business. I do hope this hasn’t been addressed
I’ve got this super-bright line at the top of the screen… it looks
like the CRT is scanning about five or six times over two or three rows of
phosphors, and the top of the image is “scrunched.” It disappears when
runnning VESA or VGA drivers, but those don’t refresh faster than 60Hz and
look like crap, respectively.
Only the TNT drivers work well, but they do that line thing. I have a
GeForce 256 SDR… anybody else having similar problems, or know what’s
A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an
optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.
–Sir Winston Churchill