Home > QNX > QNX 6.3: 30 Day Evaluation Available Now QNX 6.3: 30 Day Evaluation Available Now Submitted by samab 2004-06-14 QNX 10 Comments The recently released QNX 6.3 is now available for a test run by developers. It doesn’t seem to be a fully free for no commercial purposes no-IDE version of QNX RtP anymore. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 10 Comments 2004-06-14 11:21 pm So when you first download it you get the full commerical product (IDE, …). After 30 days you will have what came with the old NC edition. 2004-06-14 11:26 pm For 30 days you get a really cool ide, which itself is worth the download if you ever thought about developing for the embedded market. 2004-06-15 7:42 am Does it come with a Java run-time (including java.awt.*) ? 2004-06-15 9:41 am The AWT implementation is to PersonalJava spec, so you’re not going to run Netbeans IDE on it, but it’s OK. SWT is supported though, for graphical app development. 2004-06-15 9:56 am Are there BitTorrents? Because downloading 500M without resuming is kinda tricky (not to say heroic)… 2004-06-15 10:21 am I just finished downloading on my cable connection, average speed around 20 K – don’t know why it was so slow (compared to downloading 6.2.1, aroudn 200 K) However, you’ll have to check that the license agreement allows you to distribute on Bittorent. Also, this release requires you to register to obtain a license key, which is kinda annoying. Does anybody know why the download has ballooned out to 500 Mb from 200 Mb? Also, the minimum requirements appear to have increased. Anyway, time to try it out. 2004-06-15 12:12 pm You can use this full link with a download manager as i doing with reget http://download.qnx.com/download/deliver_iso.php?request_file=NTd8N… 2004-06-15 12:19 pm Seems this version has OpenGL and includes some demos. 2004-06-15 3:19 pm The reason it went from 200M to 500M are due to this being our full pro tools… x86, armle, armbe, ppcbe, shle, mipsle, mipsbe targets… Momentics IDE The old NC only had x86 and armle targets with no IDE. 2004-06-21 9:11 pm Pickled eggs and spam.