QNX System Analysis Toolkit (SAT)

Installation Note

Date of this edition: October 02, 2001

QNX RTOS version: compatible with RTP 6.1.0A or greater

Contents

Installation


Note: If you wish to install modified headers to get traceprinter/traceparser to build, you must install QNX 6.1.0A first.

On a QNX 6 host

To install the SAT on a QNX 6 host:

  1. Start the QNX Package Installer.
  2. If you've installed a previous version of this beta software, you must uninstall it.
  3. Expand the System entry under QNX Realtime Platform.
  4. Expand the QNX Neutrino entry and select the Instrumented Kernel Package for each target you wish to install.
  5. Click Install.

On a Windows host

To install the SAT on a Windows host:

  1. Make sure you have the Windows SDK 1.1.0A properly installed and configured.
  2. Download the SAT executable from:

    http://commercial.qnx.com/SAT/Windows/sat-1.0.exe

  3. Run the executable file.
  4. When this is finished, you'll see traceprinter under:

    QNXsdk/host/win32/binwin/

    and the traceparser lib under:

    QNXsdk/target/qnx6/usr/lib/

On a Solaris host

To install the SAT on a Solaris host:

  1. Make sure you have the Solaris SDK 1.1.0A properly installed and configured.
  2. Download the SAT package from:

    http://commercial.qnx.com/SAT/Solaris/QNXsat10

  3. Run the Solaris pkgadd utility:
    pkgadd -d path/QNXsat10
  4. When this is finished, you'll see traceprinter under:

    QNXsdk/host/solaris/sparc/usr/bin/

    and the traceparser lib under:

    QNXsdk/target/qnx6/usr/lib/

Online docs

After installing the SAT, look in the QNX Helpviewer under the following entry:

Instrumented Kernel

You can also point any HTML browser at the following directory:

/usr/help/product/instr_en/bookset.html

Support

If you have any questions, comments, or problems with a QNX product, we recommend that you use our support forums available from our news server, news://nntp.qnx.com.

For this product, try under the following newsgroup:

qdn.public.qnxrtp.*

Since QNX developers and support staff frequent our newsgroups, you should find them to be your best avenue of support for solving problems.


Note: For instructions on running the instrumented kernel on your system, see the Release Notes.