Module Install

QNX web site
http://support.qnx.com/support/docs/qnx4/user_guide/install.html
states:
If from CD-ROM…
If you have a QNX Products CD-ROM, you can install whatever products are on
the CD-ROM, provided you have the appropriate licenses.

In this procedure, you’ll need to enter the license information that was
included in the package you purchased.

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You must be running Photon to do a CD-ROM install.

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1… Insert the CD-ROM.
2… Run the Package Installer.
3… From the list of available products, click on the product you want to
install.
4… When prompted to do so, enter the appropriate license information for
each product you’re installing.
5… Follow the instructions on your screen.

If I don’t have Photon how do I install the TCP/IP module?

  • Andrew

Can’t say I could recommend QNX to anyone based on the level of “support” I
have received from the sales ppl in Australia. I would think my question is
basic for anyone knowing the product.


“Andrew” <andrewl@fire.tas.gov.au> wrote in message
news:a1idv1$mi4$1@inn.qnx.com

QNX web site
http://support.qnx.com/support/docs/qnx4/user_guide/install.html
states:
If from CD-ROM…
If you have a QNX Products CD-ROM, you can install whatever products are
on
the CD-ROM, provided you have the appropriate licenses.

In this procedure, you’ll need to enter the license information that was
included in the package you purchased.

\

You must be running Photon to do a CD-ROM install.

\

1… Insert the CD-ROM.
2… Run the Package Installer.
3… From the list of available products, click on the product you want
to
install.
4… When prompted to do so, enter the appropriate license information
for
each product you’re installing.
5… Follow the instructions on your screen.

If I don’t have Photon how do I install the TCP/IP module?

  • Andrew

You shouldn’t need photon to run the installer application. Simply run the
phinstall application located in the /bin directory on the CD. The
application is a Photon application, but doesn’t require Photon to be
installed to execute.

Just for future reference and assistance, QNX4 questions should be posted to
the QNX4 newsgroup @ qdn.public.qnx4


Cheers,
Adam

QNX Software Systems Ltd.
[ amallory@qnx.com ]

With a PC, I always felt limited by the software available.
On Unix, I am limited only by my knowledge.
–Peter J. Schoenster <pschon@baste.magibox.net>
“Andrew” <andrewl@fire.tas.gov.au> wrote in message
news:a1t497$ar5$1@inn.qnx.com

Can’t say I could recommend QNX to anyone based on the level of “support”
I
have received from the sales ppl in Australia. I would think my question
is
basic for anyone knowing the product.


“Andrew” <> andrewl@fire.tas.gov.au> > wrote in message
news:a1idv1$mi4$> 1@inn.qnx.com> …
QNX web site
http://support.qnx.com/support/docs/qnx4/user_guide/install.html
states:
If from CD-ROM…
If you have a QNX Products CD-ROM, you can install whatever products are
on
the CD-ROM, provided you have the appropriate licenses.

In this procedure, you’ll need to enter the license information that was
included in the package you purchased.


\

You must be running Photon to do a CD-ROM install.


\

1… Insert the CD-ROM.
2… Run the Package Installer.
3… From the list of available products, click on the product you want
to
install.
4… When prompted to do so, enter the appropriate license information
for
each product you’re installing.
5… Follow the instructions on your screen.

If I don’t have Photon how do I install the TCP/IP module?

  • Andrew

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