More exactly, their setup/boot procedure does no support SCSI, while all
required drivers are in place. Can’t really understand what was such a
big deal. One could come up with custom installation/setup procedure,
but there is no point to bother, their next update should fix it.
Frank Liu wrote:
If you combine the information together, you will get the whole picture:
SCSI is NOT supported at all, (booting, installing, CD, HD, etc.)
Believe it or not, this is the current status.
On Thu, 19 Oct 2000, Charles Lawrence wrote:
At present we do not support booting from scsi drives.
Previously, Helge Philipp wrote in qdn.public.qnxrtp.installation:
- I read this at get.qnx.com
- |Note: This version of the QNX realtime platform cannot
- |be installed on a SCSI hard drive or on an NTFS
- |filesystem (Windows NT/2000). A new version that
- |allows installation on SCSI-based systems will be
- |available soon.
- and wondered why the installation failed for me. I’m using a SCSI-CDROM
- (host adapter based on an NCR-53c875) and am installing to an IDE-disk.
- According to all documentation I found this should work, right? When I
- try to install, all I get is an error that my CD-ROM driver could not be
- Is there something to know about SCSI-installations in general or do I
- have to wait for the next patch?
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