What I did was treating libc.so.2 the same way as when you upgrade libc.so.1. See the threads on this message board if you don't understand what I'm talking about. That way you will end up having ldqnx.so.1 and ldqnx.so.2 in /usr/lib, what I consider the foundation for an upgrade to 6.1.
Next you can go different ways, depending on your needs. I added 1 or 2 other small libs and from there on I can run about all utilities from 6.1 on Audrey. For apps you will need so many libs from 6.1 that you have to link them in from a share or you have to setup Audrey for 6.1 apps alone and throw out everything from 6.0 that's not needed after boot, a nice but laborious project.
I have mentioned this in various threads but never received any reaction. Instead of setting up shares you can activate qnet (QNX Native Network Manager)in my USB image and have other compatible PC's in your LAN mapped in Audrey, without the use of a share.
From there you can spend some time creating a master script that links everything you want to use from the RTP 6.0 or 6.1 in Audrey. Add entries in Audrey's shelf for all the apps you want to use from the RTP, autostart the script when it's done and you can run the RTP on Audrey, memory use permitting only.
Wouldn't this be a nice undertaking for some people on this message board to really work together on something for the benefit of all?
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