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b (file extension)
· Filename extensions ·

backdrops
· /usr · Configuration tools ·

backquotes
· Commands ·

Backspace
· The keyboard at a glance ·

backups
· Introduction ·

bad blocks
.bad_blks
· dcheck ·
determining severity
· Introduction ·
removing
· dcheck ·

bad_blks
· dcheck ·

bat (file extension)
· Filename extensions ·

batch files
· DOS commands and their Neutrino equivalents · Filename extensions ·

bc (bench calculator)
· Filename extensions ·

bin
· /bin · /usr ·

binary output files
· Filename extensions ·

bind (DNS resolver)
security
· Remote exploits ·

bind (ksh builtin)
· Command and filename completion ·

BIOS
· What happens when you boot? ·
extensions
· What happens when you boot? ·
PCI
· diskboot ·
PnP, reading
· diskboot ·
UDMA mode
· Troubleshooting for devb-eide ·

bit bucket
· /dev · Redirecting input and output ·

bitmap blocks
· Bitmap blocks ·
creating
· dinit ·

bitmap disk-allocation file
· / · Root directory ·

bitmap graphical images
· Filename extensions ·

bitmapped font files
· Filename extensions ·

bits
QNX4FS_FILE_LINK
· Links ·

Bitstream TrueDoc Portable Font Resource files
· Filename extensions · The right fonts ·

bjc.cfg
· Setting up spooler ·

block special files
· Types of files ·

blocks
bad, in middle of file
· Recovering from a bad block in the middle of a file ·
bitmap
· Bitmap blocks ·
examining within a file
· Recovering from a bad block in the middle of a file ·
extent
· Directories · Extent blocks ·
files and file extents
· Files ·
key components on disk
· Partition components ·
loader
· dinit · fdisk · Loader block ·
partition block
· fdisk ·
recovering
· chkfsys · Filesystem robustness · spatch ·
root block
· Root block ·
verifying allocation
· chkfsys ·

BMP
converting Photon draw stream into
· Setting up spooler ·
file extension
· Filename extensions ·

Board Support Packages
See BSPs

bookmarks
· Bookmarking a topic to view it again later ·

boot
image
· /proc · What happens when you boot? ·
loader, writing to disk
· What happens when you boot? ·
ROM
· What happens when you boot? ·
script
· What happens when you boot? ·

boot directory
· /boot ·

boot file
· / · Loading a Neutrino image · Root block · Root directory ·

bootable
CDs
· Bootable CDs ·
images
· Filename extensions ·

booting
· Controlling How Neutrino Starts ·
applications, starting
· rc.local ·
Ext2 filesystem, can't boot from
· Linux Ext2 filesystem ·
Photon, disabling
· /etc · /etc/rc.d/rc.sysinit ·
running chkfsys on servers
· When to run chkfsys ·
speeding up
· Faster boot times ·
troubleshooting
· Troubleshooting · What to do if your system will no longer boot ·

bootp
· What happens when you boot? ·

bootpd
· Running the Internet daemons ·

bootptab
· /etc ·

braces
· Braces ·

branching
· Branching ·

browser
· Surfing the web with Voyager ·

BSPs (Board Support Packages)
· What happens when you boot? ·

buffers
canonical input
· Querying filesystem limits ·
double
· Double buffering ·
overrun attack
· Remote exploits ·
raw input
· Querying filesystem limits ·
standard I/O
· Throughput ·

BUFSIZ
· Double buffering · Filesystems · Throughput ·

build (file extension)
· Filename extensions ·

buildfiles
· Buildfile for an NFS-mounting target · Buildfile that doesn't use diskboot · Filename extensions · qnxbasedma.build · What happens when you boot? ·
.boot and .altboot
· Loading a Neutrino image ·
OS images, creating
· Configuring an OS image ·
PATH, LD_LIBRARY_PATH
· Setting PATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH ·
script files
· Available shells ·

builtin commands
· Utilities ·

bunzip2
· Compressing an archive ·

burst headers, suppressing on print jobs
· A typical setup ·

buttons
mouse, swapping
· Configuration tools ·
navigation, in documentation
· Navigating around help files ·

bytes
received
· Bytes Received OK ·
transmitted
· Bytes Transmitted OK ·

bzip2
· Compressing an archive ·

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