I never really got it to work the way I wanted. Could have been poor
hardware, or lack of time on my side… I like the idea of running an OS
that isn’t “on every mans box” if you know what I mean.
By the way, is QNX rtp smp capable?
“Adam Mallory” <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
What made you “not like” the linux idea? I ask only because the same
are used to configure a QNX box for routing, mail etc.
QNX Software Systems Ltd.
[ > email@example.com > ]
With a PC, I always felt limited by the software available.
On Unix, I am limited only by my knowledge.
–Peter J. Schoenster <> firstname.lastname@example.org
“John-Henri Eklund” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:a1tbdq$f4u$> firstname.lastname@example.org> …
First of all, sorry if this post is in the wrong group, if it is could
please point me to the correct one.
I have been running a W2K box as a
webserver/firewall/ftpserver/mailserver/router for my lan for a while.
thinking of changing the operatingsystem on the system and my thoughts
on linux, and now I have tried different flavours of it and I don’t like
I then started looking at alternative operatingsystems and came over a
with the QNX rtp on it. Before installing it, are all the features
(webserver/ftpserver/mailserver/router) that my current W2K box has
avaliable with QNX rtp? I can live without the mail and ftp server, but
need the web server and routing function.