Thanks for your help HSA, I checked on the web page and my card is
supported(Xircom RealPort something or other)
Could you go into more details about how I start the driver up manually w/
ioport ? Or, some refrence I could use(I’ve recently converted from freeBSD
to QNX, so im not sure if there is a “man” equivalent in QNX) Also, could
you tell me ohw to startup/config tcp/ip stack?
Thanks a lot for your help,
Basicly, you have to make certain that the PCCard is seen by the
system (use the ‘pin’ utility). This utility will yield information
that you will need to know about the card (i.e. IO port, IRQ…)
Once you know this, you will then start the driver up manually using
the ioport and irq for the card that you got from ‘pin’. You would
then startup and config your tcp/ip stack.
However before you do this, check to make certain that your card is
supported on the supported hardware page:
Derek Haas <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
Ok, here is my networking problem. I have 2 freshly installed QNX RTP’s
a laptop and desktop. The network cards are: desktop is a PCI, laptop is
PCMCIA. The laptops network card IS NOT recognized by the OS
automagically(I just realized that) - the PCI one is. I have a crossover
cable connecting the two computers. Could someone just guide me through
process, from the beginning, of what I need to do to have the network
working properly so I can share files and what not.
Mario: I tried what you said, but nothing but localhost was in the /net
folder… even after i got my PCMCIA network card working…but now it
working, and there is nothing in the folder
Thanks for your help!