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QNX® Software Development Platform 6.4.0 and 6.4.1 applypatch Patch (Patch ID 1523) Release Notes
Date of this edition: July 16, 2009
Target OS: This patch is compatible with targets that are running QNX® Neutrino® 6.4.0 or 6.4.1.
Host OS: In order to apply this patch, you must have installed the QNX Software Development Platform 6.4.0 or 6.4.1 as a self-hosted QNX Neutrino® development system, or on one of the following development hosts:
|QNX SDP 6.4.0||Vista, Vista 64-bit, XP SP2 or SP3, or 2000 SP4||Red Hat Enterprise Workstation 4 or 5, Red Hat Enterprise Server 5.1 64-bit, Red Hat Fedora Core 6 or 7, Ubuntu 6.0.6 LTS or 7, or SUSE 10|
|QNX SDP 6.4.1||Vista, Vista 64-bit, XP SP2 or SP3, or 2000 SP4||Red Hat Enterprise Workstation 4.0 or 5.0, Red Hat Enterprise Server 5.1 64-bit, Red Hat Fedora 10, Ubuntu 8.04 LTS or 8.10, or SUSE 11|
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This patch contains applypatch, a utility that makes it easy to manage patches to the QNX Software Development Platform. The original version was shipped with QNX SDP 6.4.1; this patch updates the utility and makes it available for use on QNX SDP 6.4.0.
The following files are installed under the base directory for QNX SDP:
This version of applypatch now makes sure that the given file is a patch to QNX SDP before applying it. (Ref# 67764)
None currently known.
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