Yeah, I tried that, still gives me the same error. It has me wondering, is
my setup weird or something?
I have 2 SCSI hard drives (using an Adaptec 2940UW) and 2 Ultra DMA66 drives
(on a UDMA controller, some HPT model).
My SCSI drives are my primary drives (“c” and “d”) and the other two are
secondary (“e” and “f”)
I’ve tried installing the QNX RTP to each drive, with the same problem. I
even made a small partition at the beginning of one of them to make sure the
1024 cylinder problem wasn’t causing this issue.
The funny thing is that when I tried the beta of the QNX RTP, it installed
and ran fine. It was actually the easiest installation of ANY version of
QNX that I have had the opportunity to use.
Any other ideas?
R B Adler
“Marcin Dzieciol” <email@example.com> wrote in message
Try to disable DMA support.
R B Adler <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
I had posted a while back about how after installing the RTP, I can’t
into it. I have tried the download executable, the ISO image, and a CD
was sent to my friend (I hijacked it > > ).
The installation goes fine, makes the file, and reboots the computer. I
select QNX RTP from the menu, and it started to load. It mentions that
can’t find the base config file, and shows an error. A little while
it attempts to load the sysinit file, but it stops there.
I’ve changed the drive that I installed it to, even made a small
at the beginning of a drive. I installed it there to see if the 1024
cylinder problem was causing the problems, but it didn’t appear to be
Any ideas as to how to get it working? Someone had replied that I use
debug shells, but I don’t know what commands to use (if they are normal
commands like ‘ls’ and ‘cd’ they don’t work).
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