I am trying to build an OSGi Power-Management-Bundle. That bundle is
supposed to run on different OS, including QNX. If I would run that
bundle on Linux, e.g. I would read/write to “/proc/apm” to query the
current power status and to set the unit into suspend. To be abled to
support QNX without code changes, I thought about writing a
“proc/apm/”-compatible /dev/apm device for QNX.
I read about Netrino 6.3 supporting a whole Power-Management Framework
but haven’t found any information avbout it, beside the one that there
is a sample implementation for a biscane board.
Yeah, the docs are all part of 6.3.0, I am not sure if they are included
at all with 6.2.1B Supplemental or not. And there isn’t a /dev/apm type
interface but there is a power manager that runs.
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