I’ve been trying to install the RTP 6.1 on my laptop, a Toshiba Satellite
Pro 4340. Everything seems to go well, but when I try to boot into QNX, it
gets as far as running crttrap, then spins the floppy drive a few times, and
freezes. When it hangs, it disables the power and reset buttons, so I have
to pull the battery to resatrt it (obviously not a good thing).
I’ve come across mention of problems with 32-bit cardbus devices, so I tried
setting mine to CardBus/16-bit mode, but it went exactly the same – all is
well until it runs crttrap. (the line after “running crttrap” reads:
“/usr/photon/bin/devgt-iographics -dldevg-svga.so -I0 -d0x5333,0x8c12”)
My video hardware (Savage S4) is listed on QNX’s Supported Hardware page,
along with the driver, so I could even load it manually if I could get at
least to a command prompt.