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I’ve got the PE version 6.2.1A.
What I’ve done so far is create a image with the QNX generic flash driver.
And create a boot disk with this image on it. I then go to the PC-680
board and I boot the board from the floppy drive. I now have the board
with the QNX image in memory. I then run the devf-generic driver with the
devf-generic -s SSD1,4M
and it seems to work ok. I do a pidin and I see the process called
devf-generic running and there are 3 threads assocaited with this process.
I’m now trying to use flashctl to mount this flash directory onto the
/dev/mem directory. Maybe I’m doing this incorrectly, but the /dev/mem is
4MB, so I’m assuming that this is the flash disk. Unfortunately, flashctl
seems to not like what I’m doing because I can’t seem to mount this drive.
Basically I have a file in /dev called mem which is 4MB. I’m assuming that
this is the flash memory and I’m trying to mount it on /dev/mem using
flashctl. I’ll try different mount points, in the mean time. Once I
create the mount point, I need to format this drive and make it bootable.
Can anyone give me some pointers?
“Phil” <email@example.com> wrote in message
I’m a newbie to the QNX world, and I’m trying to create an image to put on
PC-680 card. I know how to build an image and how to create a boot disk
My question is, what are some of the minimum binaries that I need to run
flash disk on the board (SSD1) and how do I transfer it from the floppy
to the SSD1 drive so that every time I boot up the SBC it will start in
QNX RTOS instead of the ROM_DOS environment.
Thanks in advance,