Go to /etc/rc.d and create a file called rc.local, in it (among other
things) you can start a program on startup if you write a line such as:
on -t con2 /usr/local/bin/rtw.2.d
on -t con3 /usr/local/bin/rtw.3.d
on -t con4 /usr/local/bin/rtw.4.d
This will start a program called ‘rtwd.2.d’ located in /usr/local/bin in
console # 2, ‘rtwd.3.d’ in console 3, etc. If you want the programs to
never die, look into the HAM framework. Also look at other options for
‘on’. Make sure that the rc.local file has executable permission.
Geoff Lansberry wrote:
So, we have written this great application. We can login to our qnx
target, copy the file over and run it. Now we want the machine to run the
application every time it powers up, without requiring someone to log in.
Where is the equivalent of MS-DOS’ autoexec.bat file? Do I create a file
called RC and put it in the etc directory?