This should come as good news to those of you frustrated with Audrey's rather limited built-in browser. QNX6.1 comes with a nice, full-featured browser called "voyager" which I was able to get running this morning. I got this working just as I was headed out to work, and didn't have much time at all to play with it, but the results so far are so good I may never run Audrey's built-in browser again. Something else to note - I haven't tried this on Audrey yet, but on my QNX 6.1 box I have voyager configured to use the J9 Java plugin, which successfully runs the AOL Quickbuddy messenger. I think the chances are good for getting this to run on Audrey, so there may finally be a way to get a version of AIM running.
OK, I'm doing this from memory, so I apologize in advance if I miss something important. First, I have most of the QNX 6.1 filesystem on a Windows share mounted at /mnt/QNX6.1, and I aready have quite a few hacks applied, so some of this might depend on other stuff on my Audrey. If this doesn't work for you, we can probably sort out which other prerequisites are needed. First, set up some paths:
ls -s /mnt/QNX6.1/usr/voyager /usr/voyager
ls -s /mnt/QNX6.1/usr/local /usr/local
ls -s /mnt/QNX6.1/x86 /x86
Now you'll want to kill any Browser you might be already running and start voyager:
/usr/voyager/bin/voyager -A -c -P /usr/voyager/bin/vserver
I'm not sure if all the options are needed or not, but those worked for me (try running "use voyager" under QNX 6.1 to see what other options are available). After a longish wait (remember this is running across the network) you should get the voyager splash screen followed by voyager! About the only thing I had time to play with was going into "Preferences" and turning on automatic image loading. I did log in to Yahoo mail and check my email, and everything seemed to work fine. The gui looked fine and the speed was fine once it got started.
One more thing worth noting, there will be a configuration directory created in /nto/voyager/.ph/voyager (I think) that contains the file config.full (I think that's the name). There is a line in there for configuring a cache directory - you will probably want to change this to point to a network drive to keep the cache from filling up Audrey's precious little space. Have fun!