“np24” <email@example.com> wrote in message
Hmmm??, this statement “Chill out you! for christ sake!” basically means
that I dont want any replies that are structured like this,
- YOU CANT SAY THAT
I couldn’t find that statement, please specify
- MORE ANNOYING DEMANDS
I couldn’t find any annoying demands. Where were they?
- YOU ARE 19 AND DONT KNOW ANYTHING!!
I couldn’t find that statement either. But I agree with it.
You’ll most probably change your mind when you’ll get over 30.
That doesn’t mean people over 30 know more it just mean
they know they don’t know… In fact you probably don’t fully
understand the extent of that statement, it’s normal, don’t worry
- QNX IS GREEEAT!!
Greatness is subjective. Saying QNX is great is the truth as much
as saying it sucks. The fact that you don’t want to hear it is totaly
please just ignore it and move on, or has you would probably say
colorfully; “put a sock in it”.
Basically, im not a kid, im 19 and I dont class that as being a kid,
For a 40 years old a 19 years old is a kid, just like a 5 year old
is a kid to you. Again it’s all subjective. There is no need to
feel offended or get defensive.
been developing windows software for 2 years now and was actually quite
excited about developing software for a far more powerful and reliable
operating system. The thing that slows me down is the un-freindliness of
the user interface, the graphics are lovely, but still, graphics dont make
an application especially an operating system. But anyways, ill stop
winging now. QNX 6 was supposed to be a replacement for windows in every
way, so that you would never go back, fat chance that is!
Can you quote the exact word used by the person?
Maybe you missed words like “potential” or “WinCE” or “could be”.
Or maybe that person was just to optimics or misinformed
Thanks for taking the time to clarify your statement.
“Mario Charest” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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“np24” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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Chill out you! for christ sake!
I’m french and don’t really understand this statement can you clarify
your though and elaborate on your reasoning?
“Stephen Munnings” <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote in message
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In article <9hvdks$68c$> firstname.lastname@example.org> >, > email@example.com > says…
Hello its me again,
QNX rtp 6.1.0, doesnt seem to be too successful, on first install
whilst, now get this “Building the dynamic font sub system
WAIT…”, unless of course its supposed to site there for an
managed to get it to load by pressing random keys on startup, now
work at all, am I missing something, I thought that this operating
was used in medical equipment, i sure wouldnt want that looking
when im ill, then crashing whilst building its dynmaic font
Not very likely (crashing like this in the medical equipment)…
QNX6.1 is not the OS used in medical equipment (at least not
QNX4.1 is. QNX6 is still getting the kinks ironed out.
The company making the medical equipment would be the ones making
that there were no problems like this with the OS and the hardware
combination. It is not as if the medical equipment is just “thrown”
there. It is tested, tested, and tested again.
After all, did you try to install QNX6.1 on “certified” equipment,
just any old machine you happened to have lying around at home? >
Medical equipment manufacturers are not in the habit of upgrading
version of the OS willy-nilly on field installed equipment without
considerable testing on identical equipment in the labs first.
Anyway, I bet you really were not seriously worried about medical
equipment just because you are having some problems with a BETA
of the OS on an essentially random selection of computer motherboard
peripherals. I think it was just a ploy to get the QSSL employees
So stop cheating! > > We all have our problems too! (that we want
to look at)
Corman Technologies Inc.