QNX RTOS Source Code Released!

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 9 replies

Hi all, QNX has switched to a 'hybrid' development model. Our source is out there - you can see our trunk svn repository. The new 6.3.2...

Hi all, QNX has switched to a 'hybrid' development model. Our source is out there - you can see our trunk svn repository. The new 6.3.2 rollup download (full version) is now free for commerical use too! Go checkout http://www.qnx.com and http://community.qnx.com for more info, and checkout the kernel source! Colin


QNX Acquired by Harman

Started by Guy Macon in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 18 replies

QNX Acquired by Harman OTTAWA & WASHINGTON, October 27, 2004 - QNX Software Systems today announced it has accepted an offer of purchase...

QNX Acquired by Harman OTTAWA & WASHINGTON, October 27, 2004 - QNX Software Systems today announced it has accepted an offer of purchase from Harman International Industries, Incorporated (NYSE: HAR). As the newest subsidiary in Harman International?s family of premium brands, including Harman Kardon, JBL, and Becker, QNX will now be well-positioned to accelerate its growth toward becom...


How is QNX compared to VxWork?

Started by Like2Learn in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 3 replies

I would like to get some comments and a rough assessment on QNX RTOS, like what makes you like it the most? What makes you like it the least?...

I would like to get some comments and a rough assessment on QNX RTOS, like what makes you like it the most? What makes you like it the least? Does its message passing faster than its competators? Does QNX support networking applications with Ethernet well? I have special interests in comparing its performance and development tools with those of Wind River VxWorks and Wind River Linux 3.0/4....


QNX and ARM

Started by Piotr in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 1 reply

Hello, I would like to install QNX on my development board S3CEV40 (Samsung S3C44B0x ARM7TDMI). There isn't BSP for this platform, so I...

Hello, I would like to install QNX on my development board S3CEV40 (Samsung S3C44B0x ARM7TDMI). There isn't BSP for this platform, so I installed 'arm-bsp-integrator'. I know, that I must change the source of the BSP to match my hardware, but I don't know how can I begin? I were reading 'QNX Neutrino 6.3 - Building Embedded Systems', but there aren't any hints on match the BSP with ha...


QNX GUI design, need a solution

Started by Like2Learn in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 2 replies

I would like to design a GUI for an embedded device running QNX, with LCD size about a quarter of VGA. I would like the GUI includes...

I would like to design a GUI for an embedded device running QNX, with LCD size about a quarter of VGA. I would like the GUI includes some graphics, or maybe FLASH as well, to attract the eyeballs of the customers, with reasonable engineering effort. BTW, it is more like a GUI for a classical embedded system application than a Multi-Media application. No 3D is required. I think QNX alread...


realtime embedded systems doubt

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 23 replies

Hello, I am student at University of Southern California,Los Angeles. I have a question about embedded RTOS like QNX. They say that QNX...

Hello, I am student at University of Southern California,Los Angeles. I have a question about embedded RTOS like QNX. They say that QNX is embedded OS, meaning it is for specific purpose for specific devices. I dowloaded the non-commercial edition and I an running it on my PC. I am able to surf the web, edit files using abiword. So how is this different from general purpose operating s...


UNDERRUN error for 8270/ 8260

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 2 replies

II am working with 8270 Motorola processor which has QNX 6.0. I am using the Network driver code which I got from QNX BSP which we modified as...

II am working with 8270 Motorola processor which has QNX 6.0. I am using the Network driver code which I got from QNX BSP which we modified as per our board requirement. I want to use all 3 available FCC channels. I am facing the UNDERRUN error again and again on FCC channel. Overall this error comes for any FCC on different boards. But normally any one or two ports does not work. If any FC...


Virtualizing QNX 6.0

Started by Jack Klein in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 23 replies

I'm looking for any suggestions, and especially any real experiences, that anyone cares to offer. We have a system that includes an x86 box...

I'm looking for any suggestions, and especially any real experiences, that anyone cares to offer. We have a system that includes an x86 box running QNX 6.something. It has the following interfaces: -- network card for product specific data acquisition, 100 base T or faster -- network card to user workstation (Windows XP based), 100 base T or faster -- USB 2.0 high speed interface ...


Secure Webserver in realtime /embedded environment QNX - OS

Started by subra in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 1 reply

Hello Does any one know of a secure webserver which can run on QNX RTOS . The most important thing is this webserver should run at a lower...

Hello Does any one know of a secure webserver which can run on QNX RTOS . The most important thing is this webserver should run at a lower prio ,not interfere with the higher priority control processes and it should in know case hang the system , consume high CPU or memory etc . We are in a regular intel desk top kind of HW and resources but we have real time tasks which take higher pri...


Future of QNX?

Started by Spehro Pefhany in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 6 replies
QNX

Any thoughts?

Any thoughts?


RTOS

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 7 replies

Is there an option besides QNX if I want to run a real-time operating system? I want to be able to use managed code, has anyone found...

Is there an option besides QNX if I want to run a real-time operating system? I want to be able to use managed code, has anyone found more detailed informaiton on the .net microframework? Thanx


What makes an IDE device bootable

Started by Michael in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 2 replies

Greetings - I am hoping to throw out the CF cards that our systems are currently booting off of and replace them with a...

Greetings - I am hoping to throw out the CF cards that our systems are currently booting off of and replace them with a micro-SD/transflash memory card. I found this really nice looking single chip solution: http://www.zentek.com/product_sd_cg200.htm - but I have no idea if it would be possible to boot off of it. How can you tell? If it matters - our systems are running QNX. Thanks! -Mi...


Cheap ARM Board?

Started by solarwind in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 4 replies

Hey all, I need advice and help finding the right board for the job. I'm a student and need only need one board as it's for a hobby project. I...

Hey all, I need advice and help finding the right board for the job. I'm a student and need only need one board as it's for a hobby project. I need an embedded board that: * Is small (hopefully less than 70 x 70 mm). But anything that's less than a pocket calculator's form factor is fine. * Low power consuming. * Has an ARM 7 or better processor. * Can run QNX or Linux. * Easy to program. ...


Linux and priorities within kernel space

Started by Martin in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 1 reply

I have maybe stupid question. From QNX I know every each driver acts as process having threads. Each thread has schedulinng scheme and it's own...

I have maybe stupid question. From QNX I know every each driver acts as process having threads. Each thread has schedulinng scheme and it's own priority. How it's in Linux? I mean no user space, but kernel space. It looks for me like unpredictable bunch of mess. Can I somehow manage priorities even for the drivers? I'm using Denx's distribution. Or do I have to use some extensions?


VANT processor/RTOS choice. Need sugestions

Started by Sink0 in comp.arch.embedded6 years ago 8 replies

Hi, i am starting entering on the fixed wing VANT reasearch field, and i was browsing the options for the control system architecture. I could...

Hi, i am starting entering on the fixed wing VANT reasearch field, and i was browsing the options for the control system architecture. I could find two possible ways i could go. A TMS570 microcontroller + Some safe RTOS (SafeRTOS, =ECC/OS-II...), or a PC104 (with non defined processor architecture) + QNX. In most of the cases the last is the one that got much more horsepower, but still is he...


How to read/write QNX HD partitions from WinXP/Linux

Started by LuisFR15 in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 1 reply

Hello, I would need to read (and if possible write) data on HD (trought USB adapter) containing 4 partitions. Is there a tool (free) for...

Hello, I would need to read (and if possible write) data on HD (trought USB adapter) containing 4 partitions. Is there a tool (free) for WinXP/Linux to do it ? Partition Magic sees this HD with 4 partitions, 4Dh.4Eh,4Fh plus another one. Thanks for any help. Luigi


"What time is it?" aksed the microcontroller

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 22 replies

Assume that we have a group of computers. Some of them are PCs and others are small microcontroller boards of different types. Some of the PCs...

Assume that we have a group of computers. Some of them are PCs and others are small microcontroller boards of different types. Some of the PCs running Linux and others running Windows, vxWorks or QNX. Microcontroller boards have no operating system but some embedded program that we are going to provide. Our mission is "some how" synchronize their time as accurate as possible. What we are g...


software glue for embedded devices

Started by bobicanprogram in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago

The SIMPL project (http://www.icanprogram.com/simpl) produces an ultra lightweight toolkit useful for gluing together software programs...

The SIMPL project (http://www.icanprogram.com/simpl) produces an ultra lightweight toolkit useful for gluing together software programs using the Send/Receive/Reply messaging scheme first pioneered by QNX. A SIMPL application consists of two or more interacting modules. These modules can be created in a number of supported programming languages including C, C++, Python, Tcl/Tk and the j...


commandline burning to DVD-R (maybe OT?)

Started by chris in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 9 replies

Hi All, Porbably a bit OT for an 'embedded' group, but it's related to unattended operation so here goes.... Host system consisting of a...

Hi All, Porbably a bit OT for an 'embedded' group, but it's related to unattended operation so here goes.... Host system consisting of a PC (Win XP Pro) with DVD Burner that's connected via TCP/IP to another (slave) node running QNX. Slave node periodically creates files (eg 2 - 3 per minute, but may extend to 2 - 3 per 24 hours) that buffer on a local HDD. Host checks every 30sec vi...


10MHz 12-16Bit ADC with USB interface

Started by aaaa in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 5 replies

Is there any ADC (Analog to Digital Conversion) board out there with 10MHz conversion speed, 12-16bit resolution, 4Ksample conversion buffer and...

Is there any ADC (Analog to Digital Conversion) board out there with 10MHz conversion speed, 12-16bit resolution, 4Ksample conversion buffer and USB interface with QNX, Linux and Windows driver software?