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Chewy509



Joined: 19 Jun 2003
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Chewy509
Hi,

Anyone recently played with QNX? (www.qnx.com).

Any good points/bad points about it?

Last time I used it was in the v4.x days when they brought out the single 1.44MB floppy that contained the entire OS, RS dialler, Web browser and a few utilities. I was impressed by it then, and wondering how it's come along in the last few years, especially since it went open-source.

Would it be a good OS for a netbook, (providing available drivers are not an issue, but quickly reading through the HCL, they seem to have all the drivers available for something like the Asus eeePC)?
Post 09 Jun 2009, 23:29
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revolution
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I used QNX, but only when it was still 16-bit. It seems targeted to more of an industrial setting.
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