Sorry for the (really) late reply Kevin, but we (myself and cohorts)
have just never had any luck getting QNX4 networking running under
Parallels, no matter what drivers we tried.
We never gave up hope though… and we just discovered the VMware Fusion
(Beta 2) project for the Mac.
I haven’t personally fired it up on my Mac yet, but one of my cohorts
did this morning. He got two QNX4 vms installed and running on his
MacBook Pro, with not only networking running, but Tcpip 5.0 also
running suporting an sshd invocation. He then showed up in my office
and asked if I knew how to get Fleet running. So, I ssh’ed into the two
vms from my Mac; cut & pasted a netmap file together and ran netmap -f
on each. Whalla, the two vms were talking Fleet!
He just wandered back in… He now has an NFS client running on one of
the vms accessing a source directory tree on his Mac file system. And,
can compile code in that tree from the vm.
There’s still some user id and ip address resolution issues to be worked
out, and probably some other relatively minor things to deal with, but
this is really kool & exciting stuff!
TTFN, I just thought I’d let you-all know that there looks to be a QNX4
VM on an intel Mac solution out there.
Kevin Chiles wrote:
Rob Hem <> firstname.lastname@example.org> > wrote:
Has anyone out there had any luck getting QNX4 running under the
We didn’t have any trouble getting a QNX4 CD to boot and do an install.
The installed system will run, BUT getting networking running seems to
be an issue. Parallels provides a RealTech NIC interface (AFAIK, that’s
the only thing available so far). When we try to fire up Net.rtl, the
system just goes into a spin.
Any info would be appreciated.
The 8029 is ne2000 compatible. Have you tried Net.ether1000?
BTW, what version of VM are you using?