I’m evaluating some new hardware platforms to use for our QNX application (we’re an end user) and have an AMD Geode NX-based iBase MB740 motherboard that I’m looking at. The application we’re running is currently based on QNX v6.2.1, so that’s what I’ve loaded on the motherboard.
The system comes up and I have limited network connectivity, but simple things like actually transfering a file with ftp or opening a telnet session seem to take the system offline: I seem to loose network response.
The chipset on the MV740 is SiS’ 741CX + 964. The docs say that the Ethernet is SiS 900 compatible, so I’m assuming that its devn-sis9.so that is giving me what network access I have.
So far I haven’t been able to get any additional information from our developer, and we don’t have a developers seat of our own, so I haven’t contacted QNX.
Does anyone know if there is a copy of devn-sis9.so that has a file creation date newer than may 02/2002? I’m not sure if that is the actual date, but its what on my system. Is there a better way to find out what version of this device driver is running?
Thanks in advance.