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    • P R I N C I P L E S O F O P E R A T I N G S Y S T E M P R E F I N A L P A U L J O H N K R I S T O F F E R M . T E J O I T 3 - 1 A QNX
    • QNX GENERAL DESCRIPTION  QNX is a commercial Unix-like real-time operating system, aimed primarily at the embedded systems market.  The Canadian company named Quantum Software Systems the maker of operating system developed QNX in the early 1980s .  It was later renamed QNX Software Systems and ultimately acquired by BlackBerry in the year 2010.  QNX was one of the first commercially successful microkernel operating systems and is used in a variety of devices including cars and mobile phones.
    • QNX VENDOR THESE ARE THE LIST OF VENDOR OR SUPPLIERS AND DISTRIBUTORS OF QNX OPERATING SYSTEM:  Advanced Systems in Japan (Kanto)  AdvanTRAK Technologies Pvt Ltd in India and Middle East  Arrow Electronics, Inc. in Canada, United States  ARX Innovation AS in Norway, Denmark, Finland, Iceland and Sweden  becom Slovakia s.r.o. in Slovak Republic, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Croatia, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Republic of Macedonia, Slovenia, Yugoslavia, Romania  BitCtrl Systems GmbH in Germany  Bsquare in Ireland, UK
    • QNX VENDOR (CONTINUED)  Edaway in Italy  FORKS in Japan (Kanto, Kansai)  GOPAC Soluciones Integrales in Mexico  IBV in Germany  InfaxTecnologia & Sistemas Ltd in Brazil  Mitachi in Japan  RT Solutions Inc. In South Korea  Ryoyo Electro Corporation in Japan  SITRE s.a.r.l. in France and the French-speaking regions of Belgium
    • QNX VENDOR (CONTINUED)  Software Sources in Israel  SWD Software Ltd. In Ukraine, Byelorussia, Poland, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Azerb aijan, Lithuania, Moldova, Latvia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Armenia, Turk menistan, Estonia, Russia  SWD Software Sp. z.o.o. in Poland  Symmetry Innovations Pty in Australia, New Zealand  Target Inc. in Turkey  Tech Kinetics in China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam  TNBTECH in Seoul, Korea  Triadem Solutions in Switzerland, Liechtenstein  Xpitec (Pty) Ltd. In South Africa
    • QNX DEVELOPERS  BLACKBERRY – this is the developer of QNX Operating System and it is the one of the worlds known cell phone company.  The products of the company is running in QNX operating system.
    • QNX RELEASE PERIODS  QNX 2, first released in 1982,  QNX 4, first released in 1991  QNX 6.5.0 SP1 this is release in July 2012
    • TARGET APPLICATION  The Target System Information tool provides you with a wealth of system and process-state information for a specific target — live or post-mortem. Selecting a new target will update the Target System Information tool with a wide variety of information about what’s happening on that target device. You can begin with a high level overview, allowing you to see which processes are active and the process arguments involved. You can also view CPU and memory usage, both for the system at large and per process. You can then drill down, using tools that let you examine thread attributes (e.g. state, scheduling policy, CPU usage, stack size), signal states, program memory maps, file descriptors, and so on.
    • QNX OPERATING SYSTEM CLASSIFICATION  QNX is a real-time operating system (RTOS) intended to serve real- time application requests.  It must be able to process data as it comes in, typically without buffering delays. Processing time requirements (including any OS delay) are measured in tenths of seconds or shorter.  It performs application in real-time to give the users their needs.
    • QNX FEATURES  TRANSPARENT DISTRIBUTED PROCESSING. The QNX technology feature is Kernels on separate devices access each other's system services using effectively the same communication mechanism as is used to access local services.  MULTITASKING – the QNX Operating System can also perform different task at the same time.  FILE SYSTEM MANAGER – it have file management system that organize the files  PORTABLE – the QNX operating system is now used in smart phones.  IMPROVED GRAPHICAL USER INTERFACE – the graphics is good and it is user friendly
    • QNX REVIEWS QNX CAR 2 platform named as an International CES Innovations 2013 Design and Engineering Awards Honouree  When RIM purchased QNX from Harman International, they didn't just purchase the bit and pieces that their next operating system would be built on. No, they purchased a full-fledged business that has been active in numerous sectors since it began in 1980 and to this day, is still continuing to grow each year. The QNX CAR 2 application platform covers the vehicle infotainment sector has...  SOURCE: http://crackberry.com/tags/qnx-software
    • QNX REVIEWS (CONTINUED) QNX CAR Platform Powers Infotainment System in New Mercedes- Benz Concept Car  Score another one for the QNX CAR 2 System. They just announced that the new Mercedes-Benz concept car is running QNX for the infotainment system. Its a beautiful car that I just wish I could take a spin in… The main head unit has particle effects and mood-based selection of music along with a new Garmin map system.  SOURCE: http://www.berryreview.com/2013/09/12/qnx-car-platform- powers-infotainment-system-in-new-mercedes-benz-concept-car/
    • QNX INSTALLATION PROCEDURE INSTALLING QNX ONTO A HARD DISK Before you proceed with the installation, be sure to read the installation instructions as well as the Release Notes that came with your software. The Release Notes contain important information that could influence the way you choose to install your software. You should also read the System Architecture manual, which explains the basic philosophy and operation of QNX. We assume you have this basic level of familiarity with the OS.
    • QNX INSTALLATION PROCEDURE SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS System requirements vary, depending on which products you wish to install. For example, to install the base OS on your development system, you'll need at least 14M free disk space. For more information, see the installation instructions that are shipped with each product. Your target system will likely require far less disk space (if it even has a disk!), RAM, etc. than your development system. Since QNX is a modular OS, you can easily configure your target system to use only the modules actually required at run time.
    • QNX INSTALLATION PROCEDURE (CONTINUED) DISTRIBUTION MEDIA QNX products may be shipped on either of these two media:  DISKETTE  CD-ROM In both cases, you'll use a QNX installation program to install QNX onto your hard disk. The program creates a directory structure, copies the software to your hard disk, and builds an OS boot image configured according to your input during the installation process.
    • QNX INSTALLATION PROCEDURE (CONTINUED) During the installation procedure, you may be prompted to confirm your hardware configuration. Make sure you have the correct information about your hardware before you begin:  hard disk size and partition(s)  hard disk controller type (IDE, Adaptec 2940 SCSI, etc.)  network card type and manufacturer (e.g. Ethernet Novell NE2000)
    • QNX INSTALLATION PROCEDURE (CONTINUED) CD-ROM DISTRIBUTION  If your QNX software was shipped on a CD, the installation procedure is quite simple: 1) Insert the QNX boot diskette into the floppy drive. 2) Insert the CD into the CD-ROM drive. 3) Reboot your computer. 4) When your computer boots, simply follow the instructions on your screen.
    • QNX INSTALLATION PROCEDURE (CONTINUED) FLOPPY DISKETTE DISTRIBUTION  To install QNX from floppies, follow these steps: 1.) Place the QNX boot diskette into the floppy drive and reboot the computer. You should see a spinning arrow or a series of dots in the top left corner of your screen, followed by the QNX logo, a welcome message, and a shell prompt.  If you'd like information about the install options before you continue, type use install at the shell prompt.
    • QNX INSTALLATION PROCEDURE (CONTINUED) 2.) To transfer the software from the diskettes to your hard disk, type the following command at the shell prompt:  Simply follow the instructions on your screen to set up your hard disk so it will boot QNX. 3.) Reboot from hard disk. Once all the files have been installed from the floppy diskettes, you should remove any diskettes and reboot your computer from hard disk. QNX should now be up and running. At this point, you'll need to log in as root. install
    • QNX INSTALLATION PROCEDURE (CONTINUED) 4.) You're now ready to install additional software, customize your installation, set up your network, etc. SOURCE: http://www.qnx.com/developers/docs/qnx_4.25_docs/qnx4/user_g uide/install.html#HARDDISK
    • QNX OPERATING SYSTEM SCREEN SHOTS AND THEIR DESCRIPTION  this is the screen shot of QNX 6.4.1 default desktop.
    • QNX OPERATING SYSTEM SCREEN SHOTS AND THEIR DESCRIPTION  this is the screen shot of QNX desktop with applications
    • QNX OPERATING SYSTEM SCREEN SHOTS AND THEIR DESCRIPTION  this is the screen shot of QNX showing different tools like get info, mount network share and desktop controls
    • QNX OPERATING SYSTEM SCREEN SHOTS AND THEIR DESCRIPTION  this is the screen shot of QNX desktop with a folder of music files with the use of icon plug-in to play the music or to launch the music.
    • QNX OPERATING SYSTEM SCREEN SHOTS AND THEIR DESCRIPTION this is the screen shot of QNX desktop with graphic files or thumbnails
    • QNX OPERATING SYSTEM SCREEN SHOTS AND THEIR DESCRIPTION  this is the screen shot of QNX desktop with tabs and terminals.
    • QNX OPERATING SYSTEM SCREEN SHOTS AND THEIR DESCRIPTION  this is the screen shot of QNX desktop that show modified desktop appearance.
    • QNX OPERATING SYSTEM SCREEN SHOTS AND THEIR DESCRIPTION  this is the screen shot of QNX desktop that show the resizable dock.
    • QNX OPERATING SYSTEM SCREEN SHOTS AND THEIR DESCRIPTION  this is the screen shot of QNX desktop that show a dock with web browser called Firefox with different theme
    • SOURCE:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/QNX http://www.qnx.com/company/distributors_reseller s/index.html http://community.qnx.com/sf/wiki/do/viewPage/pr ojects.ide/wiki/SystemInformation