Fed up with QNX

Right, I used to have a QNX CD which I was given at a QNX seminar, but
unfortunately I dont have it anymore. So I chose to download QNX from the
web and do you think that I can find anywhere to download PHAB?? no, the QNX
web site on the whole is pants, and so are all the partner sites!!!, where
is PHAB!!!, please note that I have to download the package file within
Windows, as I cant get QNX online, due to it not being very supportive!!!

Niknak!!! :frowning:

PhAB is part of the development packages which are available from QNX
Repository. If your network card is not supported, you might want to
download the ISO image and burn a CD to do the installation.

np24 wrote:

Right, I used to have a QNX CD which I was given at a QNX seminar, but
unfortunately I dont have it anymore. So I chose to download QNX from the
web and do you think that I can find anywhere to download PHAB?? no, the QNX
web site on the whole is pants, and so are all the partner sites!!!, where
is PHAB!!!, please note that I have to download the package file within
Windows, as I cant get QNX online, due to it not being very supportive!!!

Niknak!!! > :frowning:

Thats one of the problems, I dont have a CD burner, is there any other way I
can get PHAB?, I have been wanting to develop some QNX apps for a long time
now, and now is the perfect time to get up to speed, but alas, i cant find
PHAB. Maybe there is something similar available?

Niknak!!!

“Steve Tomkins” <stomkins@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:3B4114C8.FC42842F@qnx.com

PhAB is part of the development packages which are available from QNX
Repository. If your network card is not supported, you might want to
download the ISO image and burn a CD to do the installation.

np24 wrote:

Right, I used to have a QNX CD which I was given at a QNX seminar, but
unfortunately I dont have it anymore. So I chose to download QNX from
the
web and do you think that I can find anywhere to download PHAB?? no, the
QNX
web site on the whole is pants, and so are all the partner sites!!!,
where
is PHAB!!!, please note that I have to download the package file within
Windows, as I cant get QNX online, due to it not being very
supportive!!!

Niknak!!! > :frowning:

You don’t have network card and you don’t have CD burner and you want to
develop. Hmm. You’re going to wasting your time. Go buy a supported
network card is best advise I can give you. Should not be unbearable for
budget these days.

np24 wrote:

Thats one of the problems, I dont have a CD burner, is there any other way I
can get PHAB?, I have been wanting to develop some QNX apps for a long time
now, and now is the perfect time to get up to speed, but alas, i cant find
PHAB. Maybe there is something similar available?

Niknak!!!

“Steve Tomkins” <> stomkins@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3B4114C8.FC42842F@qnx.com> …
PhAB is part of the development packages which are available from QNX
Repository. If your network card is not supported, you might want to
download the ISO image and burn a CD to do the installation.

np24 wrote:

Right, I used to have a QNX CD which I was given at a QNX seminar, but
unfortunately I dont have it anymore. So I chose to download QNX from
the
web and do you think that I can find anywhere to download PHAB?? no, the
QNX
web site on the whole is pants, and so are all the partner sites!!!,
where
is PHAB!!!, please note that I have to download the package file within
Windows, as I cant get QNX online, due to it not being very
supportive!!!

Niknak!!! > :frowning:

I have a network card but I dont know if it is supported, its a Xircom
RealPort PCMCIA modem/10-100 Ethernet card. Anyways, I shouldnt need a CD
burner to develop, its not for other people simply to build up a knowledge,
im good at making an abudance of apps to make me more productive, anyways im
off to the QNX site now as I have just downloaded and installed the latest
version, and it seems to have a few bugs.

Cheers

Niknak!!!

“Igor Kovalenko” <Igor.Kovalenko@motorola.com> wrote in message
news:3B422F72.FA0FEF01@motorola.com

You don’t have network card and you don’t have CD burner and you want to
develop. Hmm. You’re going to wasting your time. Go buy a supported
network card is best advise I can give you. Should not be unbearable for
budget these days.

np24 wrote:

Thats one of the problems, I dont have a CD burner, is there any other
way I
can get PHAB?, I have been wanting to develop some QNX apps for a long
time
now, and now is the perfect time to get up to speed, but alas, i cant
find
PHAB. Maybe there is something similar available?

Niknak!!!

“Steve Tomkins” <> stomkins@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3B4114C8.FC42842F@qnx.com> …
PhAB is part of the development packages which are available from QNX
Repository. If your network card is not supported, you might want to
download the ISO image and burn a CD to do the installation.

np24 wrote:

Right, I used to have a QNX CD which I was given at a QNX seminar,
but
unfortunately I dont have it anymore. So I chose to download QNX
from
the
web and do you think that I can find anywhere to download PHAB?? no,
the
QNX
web site on the whole is pants, and so are all the partner
sites!!!,
where
is PHAB!!!, please note that I have to download the package file
within
Windows, as I cant get QNX online, due to it not being very
supportive!!!

Niknak!!! > :frowning:

I don’t think Xircom is supported. Since you’re working on laptop, I’d
suggest to buy a wireless card (Lucent Orinoco is probably best choice).
That will be justified (since you get new functionality, not just new card)
and will work with QNX.

That of course will dent about $350 from your pocket (you need card + acces
point) but I did that and enjoy being off hook now :wink:

Or find sme NE200-compatible cheapo …

  • igor

“np24” <np24@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote in message
news:9htcmi$rkm$1@inn.qnx.com

I have a network card but I dont know if it is supported, its a Xircom
RealPort PCMCIA modem/10-100 Ethernet card. Anyways, I shouldnt need a CD
burner to develop, its not for other people simply to build up a
knowledge,
im good at making an abudance of apps to make me more productive, anyways
im
off to the QNX site now as I have just downloaded and installed the latest
version, and it seems to have a few bugs.

Cheers

Niknak!!!

“Igor Kovalenko” <> Igor.Kovalenko@motorola.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3B422F72.FA0FEF01@motorola.com> …
You don’t have network card and you don’t have CD burner and you want to
develop. Hmm. You’re going to wasting your time. Go buy a supported
network card is best advise I can give you. Should not be unbearable for
budget these days.

np24 wrote:

Thats one of the problems, I dont have a CD burner, is there any other
way I
can get PHAB?, I have been wanting to develop some QNX apps for a long
time
now, and now is the perfect time to get up to speed, but alas, i cant
find
PHAB. Maybe there is something similar available?

Niknak!!!

“Steve Tomkins” <> stomkins@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3B4114C8.FC42842F@qnx.com> …
PhAB is part of the development packages which are available from
QNX
Repository. If your network card is not supported, you might want to
download the ISO image and burn a CD to do the installation.

np24 wrote:

Right, I used to have a QNX CD which I was given at a QNX seminar,
but
unfortunately I dont have it anymore. So I chose to download QNX
from
the
web and do you think that I can find anywhere to download PHAB??
no,
the
QNX
web site on the whole is pants, and so are all the partner
sites!!!,
where
is PHAB!!!, please note that I have to download the package file
within
Windows, as I cant get QNX online, due to it not being very
supportive!!!

Niknak!!! > :frowning:

its ok i downloaded the all new QNX, and now have blisteringly fast 56k
modem speeds, life is so great. Couldnt find PHAB though, and it took me
f*cking ages putting a shortcut to the programs when i had downloaded them,
what a fanny on!!!
“Igor Kovalenko” <kovalenko@home.com> wrote in message
news:9htfke$t9d$1@inn.qnx.com

I don’t think Xircom is supported. Since you’re working on laptop, I’d
suggest to buy a wireless card (Lucent Orinoco is probably best choice).
That will be justified (since you get new functionality, not just new
card)
and will work with QNX.

That of course will dent about $350 from your pocket (you need card +
acces
point) but I did that and enjoy being off hook now > :wink:

Or find sme NE200-compatible cheapo …

  • igor

“np24” <> np24@blueyonder.co.uk> > wrote in message
news:9htcmi$rkm$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
I have a network card but I dont know if it is supported, its a Xircom
RealPort PCMCIA modem/10-100 Ethernet card. Anyways, I shouldnt need a
CD
burner to develop, its not for other people simply to build up a
knowledge,
im good at making an abudance of apps to make me more productive,
anyways
im
off to the QNX site now as I have just downloaded and installed the
latest
version, and it seems to have a few bugs.

Cheers

Niknak!!!

“Igor Kovalenko” <> Igor.Kovalenko@motorola.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3B422F72.FA0FEF01@motorola.com> …
You don’t have network card and you don’t have CD burner and you want
to
develop. Hmm. You’re going to wasting your time. Go buy a supported
network card is best advise I can give you. Should not be unbearable
for
budget these days.

np24 wrote:

Thats one of the problems, I dont have a CD burner, is there any
other
way I
can get PHAB?, I have been wanting to develop some QNX apps for a
long
time
now, and now is the perfect time to get up to speed, but alas, i
cant
find
PHAB. Maybe there is something similar available?

Niknak!!!

“Steve Tomkins” <> stomkins@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3B4114C8.FC42842F@qnx.com> …
PhAB is part of the development packages which are available from
QNX
Repository. If your network card is not supported, you might want
to
download the ISO image and burn a CD to do the installation.

np24 wrote:

Right, I used to have a QNX CD which I was given at a QNX
seminar,
but
unfortunately I dont have it anymore. So I chose to download
QNX
from
the
web and do you think that I can find anywhere to download PHAB??
no,
the
QNX
web site on the whole is pants, and so are all the partner
sites!!!,
where
is PHAB!!!, please note that I have to download the package
file
within
Windows, as I cant get QNX online, due to it not being very
supportive!!!

Niknak!!! > :frowning:

If you fire up the pkg-installer you can install it. However, if you have
installed 6.1 you will probably have to wait for the online repository to
go “live” again. However, if you have QNX installed already just download
the ISO and mount it without burning it. You do this by doing…

mount -t cd qnxrtp.iso /fs/cd0

and then fire up pkg-installer and double-click on the CDROM Repository.

chris


np24 <np24@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

Thats one of the problems, I dont have a CD burner, is there any other way I
can get PHAB?, I have been wanting to develop some QNX apps for a long time
now, and now is the perfect time to get up to speed, but alas, i cant find
PHAB. Maybe there is something similar available?

Niknak!!!

“Steve Tomkins” <> stomkins@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3B4114C8.FC42842F@qnx.com> …
PhAB is part of the development packages which are available from QNX
Repository. If your network card is not supported, you might want to
download the ISO image and burn a CD to do the installation.

np24 wrote:

Right, I used to have a QNX CD which I was given at a QNX seminar, but
unfortunately I dont have it anymore. So I chose to download QNX from
the
web and do you think that I can find anywhere to download PHAB?? no, the
QNX
web site on the whole is pants, and so are all the partner sites!!!,
where
is PHAB!!!, please note that I have to download the package file within
Windows, as I cant get QNX online, due to it not being very
supportive!!!

Niknak!!! > :frowning:

cdm@qnx.com > “The faster I go, the behinder I get.”

Chris McKillop – Lewis Carroll –
Software Engineer, QSSL
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

Under 6.1 the Xircom is supported with the Tulip driver. It should start
automatically if you have the device plugged in when you boot. If it does
not try doing a…

mount -Tio-net -overbose /lib/dll/devn-tulip.so

chris



np24 <np24@blueyonder.co.uk> wrote:

I have a network card but I dont know if it is supported, its a Xircom
RealPort PCMCIA modem/10-100 Ethernet card. Anyways, I shouldnt need a CD
burner to develop, its not for other people simply to build up a knowledge,
im good at making an abudance of apps to make me more productive, anyways im
off to the QNX site now as I have just downloaded and installed the latest
version, and it seems to have a few bugs.

Cheers

Niknak!!!

“Igor Kovalenko” <> Igor.Kovalenko@motorola.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3B422F72.FA0FEF01@motorola.com> …
You don’t have network card and you don’t have CD burner and you want to
develop. Hmm. You’re going to wasting your time. Go buy a supported
network card is best advise I can give you. Should not be unbearable for
budget these days.

np24 wrote:

Thats one of the problems, I dont have a CD burner, is there any other
way I
can get PHAB?, I have been wanting to develop some QNX apps for a long
time
now, and now is the perfect time to get up to speed, but alas, i cant
find
PHAB. Maybe there is something similar available?

Niknak!!!

“Steve Tomkins” <> stomkins@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3B4114C8.FC42842F@qnx.com> …
PhAB is part of the development packages which are available from QNX
Repository. If your network card is not supported, you might want to
download the ISO image and burn a CD to do the installation.

np24 wrote:

Right, I used to have a QNX CD which I was given at a QNX seminar,
but
unfortunately I dont have it anymore. So I chose to download QNX
from
the
web and do you think that I can find anywhere to download PHAB?? no,
the
QNX
web site on the whole is pants, and so are all the partner
sites!!!,
where
is PHAB!!!, please note that I have to download the package file
within
Windows, as I cant get QNX online, due to it not being very
supportive!!!

Niknak!!! > :frowning:

cdm@qnx.com > “The faster I go, the behinder I get.”

Chris McKillop – Lewis Carroll –
Software Engineer, QSSL
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

go “live” again. However, if you have QNX installed already just download
the ISO and mount it without burning it. You do this by doing…

mount -t cd qnxrtp.iso /fs/cd0

and then fire up pkg-installer and double-click on the CDROM Repository.

chris
I knew it! I KNEW it could be done!

… So the Patch A ISO I got from TUCOWS waaay back wasn’t just me; it
was bad. Aha!! I KNEW you could do that. That rocks so hard.

You must install the C/C++ Toolset for x86 target x86 to get PhAB using
the “Installer”.

np24 wrote:

its ok i downloaded the all new QNX, and now have blisteringly fast 56k
modem speeds, life is so great. Couldnt find PHAB though, and it took me
f*cking ages putting a shortcut to the programs when i had downloaded them,
what a fanny on!!!
“Igor Kovalenko” <> kovalenko@home.com> > wrote in message
news:9htfke$t9d$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
I don’t think Xircom is supported. Since you’re working on laptop, I’d
suggest to buy a wireless card (Lucent Orinoco is probably best choice).
That will be justified (since you get new functionality, not just new
card)
and will work with QNX.

That of course will dent about $350 from your pocket (you need card +
acces
point) but I did that and enjoy being off hook now > :wink:

Or find sme NE200-compatible cheapo …

  • igor

“np24” <> np24@blueyonder.co.uk> > wrote in message
news:9htcmi$rkm$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
I have a network card but I dont know if it is supported, its a Xircom
RealPort PCMCIA modem/10-100 Ethernet card. Anyways, I shouldnt need a
CD
burner to develop, its not for other people simply to build up a
knowledge,
im good at making an abudance of apps to make me more productive,
anyways
im
off to the QNX site now as I have just downloaded and installed the
latest
version, and it seems to have a few bugs.

Cheers

Niknak!!!

“Igor Kovalenko” <> Igor.Kovalenko@motorola.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3B422F72.FA0FEF01@motorola.com> …
You don’t have network card and you don’t have CD burner and you want
to
develop. Hmm. You’re going to wasting your time. Go buy a supported
network card is best advise I can give you. Should not be unbearable
for
budget these days.

np24 wrote:

Thats one of the problems, I dont have a CD burner, is there any
other
way I
can get PHAB?, I have been wanting to develop some QNX apps for a
long
time
now, and now is the perfect time to get up to speed, but alas, i
cant
find
PHAB. Maybe there is something similar available?

Niknak!!!

“Steve Tomkins” <> stomkins@qnx.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3B4114C8.FC42842F@qnx.com> …
PhAB is part of the development packages which are available from
QNX
Repository. If your network card is not supported, you might want
to
download the ISO image and burn a CD to do the installation.

np24 wrote:

Right, I used to have a QNX CD which I was given at a QNX
seminar,
but
unfortunately I dont have it anymore. So I chose to download
QNX
from
the
web and do you think that I can find anywhere to download PHAB??
no,
the
QNX
web site on the whole is pants, and so are all the partner
sites!!!,
where
is PHAB!!!, please note that I have to download the package
file
within
Windows, as I cant get QNX online, due to it not being very
supportive!!!

Niknak!!! > :frowning: