rz and sz

Anyone have rz and sz for 6.0? Thanks.

–Charles

did you find these at all - I need them too!


Sir Charles wrote in message <9ed4j6$m03$1@inn.qnx.com>…

Anyone have rz and sz for 6.0? Thanks.

–Charles

Eep! Yes, I did. I forget where :confused: It wasn’t a US site, tho :wink:
Ah! Here it is: ftp://ftp.inria.fr/network
I got rz and sz, but someone else told me to get zmtx and zmrx, but I
haven’t tried those I don’t think. If you can’t find them there, I also
have them on my website.
http://www.chalz.net/qnx/rzsz-3.34.tar.gz
http://www.chalz.net/qnx/zmtx-zmrx.shar.gz
http://www.chalz.net/qnx/INDEX

Hope this helps!

“Jim Atkins” <jamesa@tsd.serco.com> wrote in message
news:9gvraa$2gb$1@inn.qnx.com

did you find these at all - I need them too!


Sir Charles wrote in message <9ed4j6$m03$> 1@inn.qnx.com> >…
Anyone have rz and sz for 6.0? Thanks.

–Charles
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Thanks I got the same stuff over the weekend.

did you get it to work on RTP ?

I’m getting qtalk to invoke it but I always get ‘read : resource temporarily
unavailable’

If I call rz directly - it just sits there and never appears to read
anything.

Any clues?

Ladida

Jim

http://staff.qnx.com/~cdm/repository.new/ has a package lrzsz, but it is
only for QNX 6.1. Once you have 6.1 you can install that package and
then just run qtalkz instead of qtalk and you will have a nice zmodem
transfer protocol all integrated with qtalk. Note that this is not really
supported but rather something I have done for my own use.

chris


Jim Atkins <jamesa@tsd.serco.com> wrote:

Thanks I got the same stuff over the weekend.

did you get it to work on RTP ?

I’m getting qtalk to invoke it but I always get ‘read : resource temporarily
unavailable’

If I call rz directly - it just sits there and never appears to read
anything.

Any clues?

Ladida

Jim

cdm@qnx.com > “The faster I go, the behinder I get.”

Chris McKillop – Lewis Carroll –
Software Engineer, QSSL
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excellent thanks Chris. I’ll give it a go first thing tomorrow…

forgive my ignorance here but is 6.1 RTP + patch B or what ?

If I do uname -a on a RTP + patch B version it tells me that the OS is 6.00

If I try to download the lrzsz package from voyager - the package manager
starts up nicely but then tells me that all selected packages are already
installed on my system.

I’m obviously missing something here…

The rig that i need to use this on has RTP (patch A) on it.

I’m at the stage of demonstrating stuff to the customer at the moment and
entering a formal testing stage so for the time being I need to stick with
this version.

Am I right in thinking that this version of qtalk won’t work with the
version of OS that i’m running.

If so its a shame as I really need to be able to download code serially
using zmodem. Could I rebuild the source on my machine or is it not that
simple (or available)…

Jim Atkins <jamesa@tsd.serco.com> wrote:

forgive my ignorance here but is 6.1 RTP + patch B or what ?

Nope. You are talking about a 6.0 level (PatchA/B/C). I am talking about the
yet unreleased 6.1 level.

chris

cdm@qnx.com > “The faster I go, the behinder I get.”

Chris McKillop – Lewis Carroll –
Software Engineer, QSSL
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Jim Atkins <jamesa@tsd.serco.com> wrote:

If so its a shame as I really need to be able to download code serially
using zmodem. Could I rebuild the source on my machine or is it not that
simple (or available)…

Deadly simple. I mean, that is all I did. :slight_smile: I would even build a 6.0
package but I don’t have any 6.0 machines anymore. If you go onto
www.freshmeat.net and do a search you will find lrzsz without too much
trouble and it built without modifications. That qtalkz is a script I
wrote which does the following:


#!/bin/sh
qtalk -o other_se=ztx -o other_re=zrx -t other $*

and then ztx and zrx are also scripts which look like…

—(ztx)
#!/bin/sh
lsz $FILENAME < $MODEM > $MODEM

—(zrx)
#!/bin/sh
lrz < $MODEM > $MODEM

That should be enough to get you going. :slight_smile:

chris

cdm@qnx.com > “The faster I go, the behinder I get.”

Chris McKillop – Lewis Carroll –
Software Engineer, QSSL
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Chris…

Release 6.1.

I have a bunch of issues waiting to be solved. I have not posted them
because I have the feeling (and in some cases the assurance) that the
6.1 will take care of most of them (such as the limit on a build file).
I am giving a demo in July 15 and a second one in August 20ish, and I
would like to have solved most of all those issues. The cut-off day for
no more code modification is fast approaching for me… :frowning:

Regards…

Miguel.


Chris McKillop wrote:

Jim Atkins <> jamesa@tsd.serco.com> > wrote:

forgive my ignorance here but is 6.1 RTP + patch B or what ?


Nope. You are talking about a 6.0 level (PatchA/B/C). I am talking about the
yet unreleased 6.1 level.

chris

cdm@qnx.com > “The faster I go, the behinder I get.”
Chris McKillop – Lewis Carroll –
Software Engineer, QSSL

my opinions are mine, only mine, solely mine, and they are not related
in any possible way to the institution(s) in which I study and work.

Miguel Simon
Research Engineer
School of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering
University of Oklahoma
http://www.amerobotics.ou.edu/
http://www.saic.com

Ok - got qtalk spawning rz ok but I never seem to receive a file. I know
that the two ends are physically connected and the correct baud etc as I can
type stuff in hyperterminal on a windows machine and see it appear in the
qtalk box on the RTP machine. But when I try to send a file using ZModem
from windows it times out and Rz then appears to go into some sort of
timeout mode just printing 'C’s.


Anyone know what the gibberish is that rz prints out and even better how to
decipher it???

Jim Atkins wrote:

Ok - got qtalk spawning rz ok but I never seem to receive a file. I know
that the two ends are physically connected and the correct baud etc as I can
type stuff in hyperterminal on a windows machine and see it appear in the
qtalk box on the RTP machine. But when I try to send a file using ZModem
from windows it times out and Rz then appears to go into some sort of
timeout mode just printing 'C’s.

How about the reverse? If you type on the QNX qtalk, do you see the letters
appear on the Hyperterminal screen? A two-way link is required for sz/rz
because it must send back ACK/NACK from rz to sz.


Anyone know what the gibberish is that rz prints out and even better how to
decipher it???

yep - both ways work fine.

Just tried again and on receive of a file i get " read: (resource
temporarily unavailable)."