Well I installed it into the primary dos partition (ie. C drive), well I did
now, and same problem.
Additionally, I am using an UltraATA66 drive (I think all drives larger than
8 gigs are of this type, since the 33 one can only support up to 8 gig in
Do you think that the fact that I am running the drive on a LX motherboard
be a reason why it is not working?
Since I have to load up a Fujitsu driver from MBR everytime I boot up, since
if I didn’t do so, DOS would only recognise only 8 gigs of my drive, and not
all 17 gig (since the LX motherboard had BIOS code that allowed access to
drive through interrupt, but the old BIOS coded didn’t allow access to 17
I had also booted up using switch number 6, and it did detect HDD model
number correctly (brand and model).
I have no problems also if I used Redhat 6.2.
Thanx for reply.
Hope you can help me more
Igor Kovalenko <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
That message means it could not find QNX installation on any of the
filesystems it was able to mount. There are 2 possible reasons - either it
did not recognize the physical drive (because it is SCSI, or UltraATA
66/100) or it did not recognize partition. What kind of partition is your
drive F? I’m not sure QNX can mount logical drives within extended
partitions… If that’s the case, install it into a primary partition.
“SG” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:90ceua$gbc$> firstname.lastname@example.org> …
I got the same problem, when booting
Except my PC is:
PII 233 (LX motherboard)
17 gig Fujitsu
32 meg ram
Installed onto F: FAT32 drive (appears as /dev/hda5 under Linux)
If any one of youse out there who know a solution to Holfer Bast and my
problem… speak out
Holger Bast <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:906al6$ok7$> firstname.lastname@example.org> …
Hello! I’m German and I don’t speak english very well! I hope you can
Ok! I’ve installed the 25 Meg - Version of Qnx on my computer:
P III 600
128 MB - Ram
Elsa Erazor 3 TNT 2
Sound Blaster Live! Value
Than I tryed to boot it and I get this message:
/.diskroot file for root not found on any filesystem
starting with safe mode
 fs-pkg built: Sep 7 2000 16:00:23
can’t access package config file
unable to access packages
Ok! That’s it! I installed it by my friend and it run without any
I hope you can help me!!!
Bye Holger Bast
email: > email@example.com