Per http://www.opera.com/qnx,Opera 6.01 Beta 1 for QNX 6.2 was released on July 24, 2002. As usual, this release only contains the Opera Browser Server and you still need to use the Voyager web client as
the user interface.
It cheers to me to announce that in a moment will be available the Web of the SunCanary group, a resident user group of QNX in the Canary Islands. From this Web we will try to impel the use of QNX RTOS in the Hispanic world, in addition, we will create repository in which all and each one of the members of the group contributed their applications, compiled of the network or own creation.
All this to present east Hispanic-America operating system, starting off of the Canary Islands, like Colón made to discover the american continent.
UPDATED: Here is the site url http://www.suncanary.tk/
In a benchmark shootout between the industry's leading realtime operating systems (RTOSs) for embedded development, the QNX® Neutrino® RTOS v6.1 comes out on top against Wind River VxWorks AE 1.1 and Microsoft Windows CE.NET.
An anonymous user just posted on www.qnxzone.com about a QNX6 root exploit. It is known to work for all the QNX6.x releases.
Rumor says there are several other root exploits available for QNX6. Keep an eye on qnxzone.com for more disclosures.
It is said that those exploits were fixed internally in QSSL but for some unknown reasons, they were not included in the latest QNX 6.2 release.
- btlib is the source library with example.c and example Makefile
- BtView - draws captured frames using raw widget
- Bt2View - draws frames captured from two bt devices
More details about the library and usage can be found in btlib.html .