I installed QNX Neutrino a couple of weeks ago and have been
evaluating it as a replacement for Linux. I was surprised at how easy
it was to get up and running with Mozilla and Samba. At least I
Then the PC I installed QNX on lost power and had to be rebooted. The
reboot was fast and seamless. But once it came up I could no longer
browse webpages and Samba no longer worked. ??? Any ideas?
Under QNX, I am a bit lost when it comes to basic controls (like the
network device setup under Linux) so I can’t figure out what is wrong
with the port 80 connection. When I try either Mozilla or Voyager, it
tries to make a dialup connection. However, I can ping between QNX
and Windows successfully and I can do a remote login via ssh using
putty.exe from my Windows host.
smbd does not appear on “ps -ef” like it did before this
problem arose, and unlike Linux,
service smb restart and
service xinetd restart
do not exist. I am not entirely sure what the QNX equivalent is.
I think when I did this two weeks ago I did this:
and it got samba going, but not today!!!
Thanks - Frank