You can start the IDE by running the qde command:
For Windows, navigate to the directory where the qde.exe executable is
located (for example, for Windows hosts,
C:/QNX641/host/win32/x86/usr/qde/eclipse), and run the
following command: qde
For Linux, navigate to the directory where the qde script resides, and
run this command: ./qde
For details about directing the IDE at a particular workspace location,
see the topic Specifying a workspace location in the IDE Concepts chapter.
For more information about starting the IDE, including advanced execution options for
developing or debugging parts of Eclipse itself, see Workbench User Guide.
Note: Don't run the eclipse command, even though it may seem to work. Always
use qde instead, because it configures the proper QNX-specific