You are right I guess.
Coz I didn’t have internet access while trying to install ur driver, no modem
till some one wrties a winmodem driver
What about the part where the installer crashed? Is that a bug in pkg-installer?
Also Igor, do you have any clue about writing PCMCIA drivers? The deal is this:
I want to port the Xircom Cardbus 56K modem(supported) driver to the non-CardBus
(ie. true PCMCIA) version (currently not supported). I think apparently there
is no PCMCIA DDK available from QNX. Any pointers would help.
Igor Kovalenko wrote:
I guess that means installer really wants internet connection if there’s
license URL in a package. How dumb of you, QNX ;]
“Santosh Patil” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:a3t4np$rr9$> firstname.lastname@example.org> …
Pleasantly surprised to find Allegro drivers for my HP Omnibook laptop!
But I ran into the same license problem. I downloaded the qpr and executed
this on it:
pkg-installer -u .qpr
The first time I clicked Install, it complained about the license.
Again I clicked on the Install, it went a little ahead and showed me the
modules that were gonna be installed. I clicked OK (or whatever button)
then it again complained about the license and wouldn’t install…
Being the way I am, I clicked Install AGAIN, and this time bingo!
pkg-installer crashed with the famed memory fault (core dumped) message!!
Problem with the installer or the package??
Waiting to hear Allegro sing for me >
Thanks for the great work!
“Igor Kovalenko” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:a3ruvs$3mh$> firstname.lastname@example.org> …
Damn it, I wish somebody explained why this happens to some people and
to others. I know people who got the .qpr from that same page and I did
install from there myself, it worked. But I’ve heard complains like that
QNX, would someone care to enlighten us? What is the deal with goddamned
license? Should I just remove license URL from package?
I will upload driver source tarball tonight.
“Norbert Feulner” <> email@example.com> > wrote in message
news:> 3C615F7A.firstname.lastname@example.org> …
Browsing the News, I have just learned that there is a Driver
for the ESS Allegro Sound Chip. I have tried to get the qpr-file
from Igor Kovalenko’s page, but that did not work - the installer says
have no license! >
Getting the tgz files did not work eather; clicking the link sent me
some ATT web-page.
Any info on how to get the driver is welcomed