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QNX File Systems

Project Created: 12/17/2007

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Total Project Members: 48
Project Administrators:
Brandon Thomas
David Sarrazin
Frederic Plante
Keith Garvin
Steve Bergwerff
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File Systems : Project overview#

The file systems project manages the development of file systems and utilities that are part of the QNX® Neutrino® Realtime Operating System. Hardware drivers for devb-xxx, devf-xxx and ETFS will be made public on the BSP and Drivers projects soon.

Among the included file systems are :

  • CD File System
  • DOS File System
  • EXT2 File System
  • QNX4 File System
  • QNX6 File System
  • UDF File System
  • Package Manager File System
  • NFS v2, v3 and server
  • Flash File System (v3)
  • Embedded Transactional File System (ETFS)


Read The Legal Stuff : License(s)#

  • The QNX source is licensed to you by QSS under the QNX Non-Commercial End User License Agreement, Commercial Software License Agreement, or Partner Software License Agreement (see

The software includes encryption technology that may be controlled for import, export or other purposes under the laws and regulations of various countries. This software may not be downloaded or transferred to: (i) any country prohibited by United States and/or Canadian laws and regulations (presently Belarus, Cuba, Iran, Iraq, Myanmar (Burma), North Korea, Sudan and Syria); (ii) any person or entity prohibited from receiving United States and/or Canadian exports (including, but not limited to, those involved with missile technology or nuclear, chemical or biological weapons); or (iii) any country which requires an import or use permit for encryption technology.

Project News
All of the source code in the Filesystems project was changed to use a new SRCVERSION macro. As a result, it is necessary to install one of the patches located [here|] as appropriate for your development system. - 04/08/2009 3:16 PM EDT