I have 2 problems and I hope you can help me with them!
I want to make a GUI which runs on a Beagleboard-xM Rev C with QNX. At first I thought about using Photon, but I was told that this idea is bad. Instead I should use Qt. Now I tried to find documents or guides on how i can use Qt with Beagleboard, but I still have no idea. There were some QNX guides on how to change Qt Creator projects into a QNX project or so, but i still don´t get it how i have to change the Beagle board bsp. Anybody here who already worked on a similar project and knows how to change the bsp so that it works ? (I tried an example from QNX with Qt for the BEagleboard, but after following the instructions the Beagleboard won´t start. There isn´t even an output in the terminal about starting a loader)
While I am still trying to understand Qt and QNX for Beagleboard-xM i wanted to write a message on my display (which is connected to Beagleboard) like “Hello World”. After reading in a guide something about QNX GF I thought I could use this. Am I correct for this way? Or should I try this also with Qt?
If someone knows an easy or good way to just get the message on the display, pls tell me because I am a little lost here.
Even a hint how I should start to search in this massive amount of guides would be a help, because it looks like one of my mainproblems with QNX and Beagleboard is the understanding of the structure and how to work with it…
(I am still a new with QNX and even Beagleboard, but I need results fast … I know how to program C or C++ but this doesn´t help here…)