Downloading an image to your target

Many boards have a ROM monitor, a simple program that runs when you first power on the board. The ROM monitor lets you communicate with your board via a command-line interface (over a serial or Ethernet link), download images to the board's system memory, burn images into flash, etc.

The QNX System Builder has a TFTP server that you can use to communicate with your board.

Note: If your board doesn't have a ROM monitor, you probably can't use the download services in the IDE; you'll have to get the image onto the board some other way (e.g. JTAG). To learn how to connect to your particular target, consult your hardware and BSP documentation.
Related concepts
Introducing the QNX System Builder
Boot script files
Overview of images
Configuring your QNX System Builder projects
Optimizing your system
Moving files between the host and target
Related tasks
Creating a new QNX System Builder project for an OS image
Creating a project for a flash filesystem image (an .efs file)
Building an OS image
Exporting a System Builder project to a Mkxfs build file(s)