QNX is a Unix-like operating system utilised on embedded systems, that is, systems to serve mainly one function, such as air traffic controllers or street light management applications. It is a micro-kernel-based operating system, meaning it contains the minimum amount of software needed to initiate the operating system. This allows developers to turn off any function they do not need without changing the operating system. USB drives are data storage devices utilised for holding a variety of electronic information types. Mounting USB drives in QNX requires a few steps to configure.
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Launch the QNX operating system on the computer.
Launch the EHCI high-speed USB driver by entering "mount -Tio-usb devu-ehci.so /dev/io-usb/io-usb."
Mount the OHCI full/low-speed USB driver by entering "mount -Tio-usb devu-ohci.so /dev/io-usb/io-usb."
Mount the UHCI full/low-speed USB driver by entering "mount -Tio-usb devu-uhci.so /dev/io-usb/io-usb." You have now mounted USB drives in QNX.
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