If Yes, shared libraries referenced by the image's binaries are automatically included
in the image.
Create startup sym file?
If Yes, include the system startup code. The default is
Create proc sym file
If Yes, include debugging symbol files for proncto. The
default is No.
Which procnto binary to use (e.g. procnto-600,
Command-line arguments for procnto.
Path(s) where procnto should look for executables. Separate the
paths with a colon (:).
Path(s) where procnto should look for shared libraries. Separate
the paths with a colon (:).
The base address where the image is copied to at boot time. For execute-in-place (XIP),
set this to the same location as your image file on flash memory and specify the
read/write memory address with the RAM Address value, described
If Yes, the System Builder adds the aps module to the invocation of
proncto in the OS image. You need this module if you want to use adaptive
partitioning on the target system.
To create partitions and run programs in them at boot time, add the appropriate
commands to the image's .bsh file. For more information, see
Boot script files earlier in this chapter.
Which startup binary to use (e.g. startup-bios,
Command-line arguments for the startup program.
The image filter that the QNX System Builder uses (e.g. srec,
elf) to perform further processing on the image file. For
example, srec converts the image to the Motorola S-Record format.
(For more about image filters, see mkifs in the Utilities Reference.)
The location of your read/write memory. For XIP, set the address; otherwise, set the
value to Default. (Note that RAM Address is
the ram attribute in the mkifs utility.)