I want to have three boots on my laptop: winXP, redhat 9, and QNX 6.3.0.
And I want QNX in an ext2 (or ext3) file system so Linux can read/write
The general question is how to do the above.
The documentation leaves much to be desired. Nor can I find a loadable
binary for QNX. I have built one called .boot by running mkifs on Linux.
Question 1: Is there supposed to be a loadable binary for QNX on the
distribution CD (6.3.0-qnx6-200405141702.iso)
I have a plan in mind, and it raises some specific questions.
The plan is to build the ext2 partition and use dloader to write
ipl-diskpc1 as the boot loader in that partition. Then I will write
…boot onto the partition. Finally I will use Linux to copy the rest of
the host/qn6x/x86/ files to the new partition.
Question 2: Can ipl-diskpc1 read .boot from an ext2 file system?
Question 3: If not, how can ipl-diskpc1 find the .boot image?
Question 4: If I have to put the image into a specific offset in the
partition, how do I accomplish that in Linux?