Date of this edition: December 12, 2005
Target OS: QNX® Neutrino® 6.3.0 SP2
Host OS: Microsoft Windows XP SP1 or SP2, 2000 SP4, or NT SP6a; Sun Solaris 7, 8, or 9; QNX® Neutrino® 6.3.0; Linux Red Hat 8, 9, or Enterprise WS 3 or 4
Boards supported: Microsys PM520 (Freescale MPC 5200 CPU module) on CR825 carrier board
Throughout this document, you may see reference numbers associated with particular issues, changes, etc. When corresponding with our Technical Support staff about a given issue, please quote the relevant reference number. You might also find the reference numbers useful for tracking issues as they become fixed.
This BSP contains:
|Note:||The source code requires a BSP Source License.|
|Note:||The flash filesystem library is included in the separately available Flash Filesystem & Embedding Technology Development Kit (TDK).|
Each BSP guide contains board-specific information and instructions on building an OS image for that particular board.
The procedure for building BSPs has changed since QNX Momentics 6.2.1. For instance, you must now run the . ./setenv.sh script before compiling your BSP source. If you fail to run this shell script prior to building the BSP, you can overwrite existing binaries or libs that are installed in $QNX_TARGET. For details, see the chapter "Working with a BSP" in the Building Embedded Systems manual (in the Documentation Roadmap page under the QNX Neutrino RTOS section).
When you install BSPs, you'll find the source code and documentation in the following locations:
Depending on the particular BSP and type of driver, you'll find the files in these locations:
|IPL and/or startup||$QNX_TARGET\cpu\boot\sys|
|"sbin" drivers (serial, flash, block, PCI, PCMCIA, USB)||$QNX_TARGET\cpu\sbin|
|"dll" drivers (audio, graphics, network)||$QNX_TARGET\cpu\lib\dll|
|IPL and/or startup||$QNX_TARGET/cpu/boot/sys|
|"sbin" drivers (serial, flash, block, PCI, PCMCIA, USB)||$QNX_TARGET/cpu/sbin|
|"dll" drivers (audio, graphics, network)||$QNX_TARGET/cpu/lib/dll|
|Note:||Please check the version of these release notes on the website for the most up-to-date information.|
To obtain technical support for the BSP, please contact:Triadem Solutions AG
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