me again

Hiya, me again, i got two more questions :slight_smile:

My audio doesnt seem to be working and in the help file it told me to use
the io command to load the driver, however, when i type the command with the
parametres in it says “/bin/sh command not found” what can I do?

Also, does QNX come with a C compiler? (I use 28 MB version) All the help
documents say it does, but I cant find it and once again in terminal it says
“/bin/sh command not found” If I havent got it can I download the QNX
version from some where?

Cheers,
Nick

Nicholas Brown wrote:

Hiya, me again, i got two more questions > :slight_smile:

My audio doesnt seem to be working and in the help file it told me to use
the io command to load the driver, however, when i type the command with the
parametres in it says “/bin/sh command not found” what can I do?

The io-audio command is in /sbin which is only in the default path for
the root user (not regular users). It must be run as root. (either login
as root or use “su” or “op” to start it)

Odds are your audio card should have auto-detected on boot up, if it is
supported. What type of card is it?
Please post the output of “pci” to this news thread. (you must log in as
root. “pci > file.log” will capture the output in the new file file.log)


Also, does QNX come with a C compiler? (I use 28 MB version) All the help
documents say it does, but I cant find it and once again in terminal it says
“/bin/sh command not found” If I havent got it can I download the QNX
version from some where?

The development tools are included in the CD image and on the WWW repository.

They are not automatically installed. You can install them by clicking
on the installer button on your shelf (right edge of screen). The actual
command, if you want to run it from the command line, is
“pkg-installer &”

Thanks, i will do that tommorow and post the results (its nearly 2am here
now.) I was wondering, with GCC, is it simply one executable file? Because I
have a win modem that wont work in QNX so im downloading things in windows
and accessing my HD through /fs/hd0-dos . I looked under “free software”
and couldnt find it, would anyone be able to email it me or tell me an
address where it may be to download


Thanx everyone, u are the best!
Nick

P.s. Sorry for the stupid questions so far, its all a bit confusing!
James MacMillan <jamesm@qnx.com> wrote in message
news:3C7548E7.30702@qnx.com

Nicholas Brown wrote:

Hiya, me again, i got two more questions > :slight_smile:

My audio doesnt seem to be working and in the help file it told me to
use
the io command to load the driver, however, when i type the command with
the
parametres in it says “/bin/sh command not found” what can I do?


The io-audio command is in /sbin which is only in the default path for
the root user (not regular users). It must be run as root. (either login
as root or use “su” or “op” to start it)

Odds are your audio card should have auto-detected on boot up, if it is
supported. What type of card is it?
Please post the output of “pci” to this news thread. (you must log in as
root. “pci > file.log” will capture the output in the new file file.log)


Also, does QNX come with a C compiler? (I use 28 MB version) All the
help
documents say it does, but I cant find it and once again in terminal it
says
“/bin/sh command not found” If I havent got it can I download the QNX
version from some where?


The development tools are included in the CD image and on the WWW
repository.

They are not automatically installed. You can install them by clicking
on the installer button on your shelf (right edge of screen). The actual
command, if you want to run it from the command line, is
“pkg-installer &”
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Nicholas Brown <nebrown@nebrown.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in article <a54724$g6o$1@inn.qnx.com>…

Thanks, i will do that tommorow and post the results (its nearly 2am here
now.) I was wondering, with GCC, is it simply one executable file?

No. You could grep bundles-dev*.qpm & bundles-tools-dev*.qpm in order to find child packages and
download all those .qpm&.qpk. Then you could install Developers Tools from local directory. If you
are new user, the best way is to download (get) qnxrtp.iso image and install all stuff from CD.

Best wishes,
Eduard.

ok, cheers all, I managed to finally get my audio working (it was detected,
it was like muted.) I think I will buy the CD as its only $29 and id expect
there is a lot on there I havent already got. Im assuming I can make use of
most of the items on that CD without having to uninstall my QNX and
reinstall the CD’s version?

Nick
ed1k <ed1k@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:01c1bbc8$d1c0a080$106fa8c0@ED1K…

Nicholas Brown <> nebrown@nebrown.freeserve.co.uk> > wrote in article
a54724$g6o$> 1@inn.qnx.com> >…
Thanks, i will do that tommorow and post the results (its nearly 2am
here
now.) I was wondering, with GCC, is it simply one executable file?

No. You could grep bundles-dev*.qpm & bundles-tools-dev*.qpm in order to
find child packages and
download all those .qpm&.qpk. Then you could install Developers Tools from
local directory. If you
are new user, the best way is to download (get) qnxrtp.iso image and
install all stuff from CD.

Best wishes,
Eduard.

Nicholas Brown <nebrown@nebrown.freeserve.co.uk> wrote in article <a56qhs$dik$1@inn.qnx.com>…

ok, cheers all, I managed to finally get my audio working (it was detected,
it was like muted.) I think I will buy the CD as its only $29 and id expect
there is a lot on there I havent already got. Im assuming I can make use of
most of the items on that CD without having to uninstall my QNX and
reinstall the CD’s version?

Yes, you are able to install packages from CD into current installation (if you have the same or
above version of OS, QNXRTP 6.1A, for example). But you also are able to install QNX into separate
own QNX partition, IMO it’s much better :wink:. And I forget to remind, you could buy the hardware
modem and use it under all OSes.

Eduard.