Telnet has been built into windows for quite a long time now. You can start it
from a dos-box or the “run” prompt. It is not a very elegant port of telnet but it
will do the job just fine. I use it from Win98 to execute makefiles on the RTP
You mentioned that you are using Code Warrior for RTP development. I was told by a
salesman at QNX that Code Warrior only supports QNX4 only about 3 weeks ago and
that it did not support RTP (QNX6) ((NTO)) etc… am I missing something here ?
How long have you been using Code Warrior with RTP ? That is the reason I am
still editing source code in windows.
I am using CodeWarrior on Windows2000 and developing QNXRTP applications.
I was wondering if there is a windows utility that provides a remote shell to a
Could I run the telnet daemon on the QNX node and then run Win2k’s telnet, is