I am assuming that the machine that you are describing is self-hosted
x86 QNX6. The self-hosted setup has a special application called
diskboot which is run from within the boot file. For more information
on diskboot; run “use /sbin/diskboot”.
You will need to modify your build file with your new options, rebuild
your image and copy it to /.boot Don’t forget to copy /.boot to
/.altboot first, so you have a guaranteed working backup.
I would like to set the priority of the devb-eide driver when starting
up the system.
I tried to do this in
device(pci, class=$(PCI_CLASS_MASS), .subclass=$(PCI_MASS_IDE))
requires(devb-eide $(DEVB_OPTIONS), “eide
but this is ignored. The priority after the startup is 21 (default).
Is this the wrong place for setting the prio. And where is the right place?