I suppose QNX partition is on primary master disk.
- Write image of boot sector of QNX partition (under QNX):
dd if=/dev/hd0t79 of=qnxrtp.bs count=1 bs=512
Save “qnxrtp.bs” file at your NT boot (“system” as M$ says) partition (where is ntldr), if it’s
NTFS save the file on floppy and you’ll have to copy on C: later.
Add in boot.ini
C:\qnxrtp.bs=“QNX Realtime Platform”
If you did not choose “own loader” during QNX installation (you have QNX loader’s prompt “Boot
partition:1”), you can remove QNX loader from mbr now (do not forget to mark NT boot partition as
active, standard mbr’s loader looks for active mark ).
If you have QNX on any other disk (not primary master), take a look at
It’s great tools to boot OS from any IDE disk (by ntldr).
Kanciarz <email@example.com> wrote in article <firstname.lastname@example.org>…
I had Win98 and WinNT and Red Hat Linux on my computer. I use NTLoader to
boot all of the Operating Systems. But now I have just installed QNX RTOS
6.1. I’d like to boot all of the OSs from NTLoader but I don’t know how to
do it. Could anybody help me with some good advice or information where I
can find the solution???
Don’t be angry. I’m new in this game:)))
Thank’s a lot - Your Best Kanciarz