If your NIC uses the ne2000 driver for example, you could do the following. Otherwise
if the card uses a different driver, replace the ne2000 with that driver.
slay io-net and then restart it as follows “io-net
-dne2000 -ptcpip” When phlip is restarted the devices tab should be
In order to automate this process, so that every time you boot your
system the driver will be started correctly, you must create a file
called rc.local in the /etc/rc.d directory.
In this file you will have to include the following:
io-net -dne2000 -ptcpip
Ensure that the executable permissions flag is set on the rc.local file.
(ie: chmod 775 rc.local) The next time you boot your system this
script will run and start-up you network driver.
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I yesterday I have installed QNX v6 onto my old 468DX2 @66mhz …
its runnig a lil bit slow,… but it works…
but there is a lil problem… I cant get into the internet … (over my lan…)
I entered the correct values in the network-control-panel… but when I start voyager
nothing happen,… no thats wrong … I got a error-message … (such dns error…)
when I boot with the QNS 4 Demo-Disk (the network one…) it works without problems…
but i wanna use qnx v6 …
can somebody help…?
i hope my english isn’t too bad…