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Linux (ix86) kernel module to support `flat' binaries
Linux (ix86) kernel module to support `flat' binaries. Much like MS-DOS .COM programs although this binary format has a small (12-16 bytes) header. Binaries can be as small as 12 bytes. This module was tested with Linux 2.2.17 but should work with other versions. The kernel module itself is only about 1300 bytes, which is very little compared to such formats as ELF..

binfmt_flat.tar.gz (1.8kB)

also,
twsinit-5.tar.gz (5.7kB)
This is an init replacement. Mostly just a proof of concept thing at the moment but its quite capable of getting a system up and running. Only uses 8K memory.


asmbot-1.1.tar.gz (1kB)
Proof of concept: a trivial IRC bot written in 100% assembly. Less than 500 byte ELF/ix86 binary, uses 8K memory.

http://www.energymech.net/users/proton/


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Post 26 Nov 2015, 09:30
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Your posting is in the "Test Area". So it will be subject to automatic deletion soon.

Would you like it moved to "Linux"?
Post 26 Nov 2015, 10:28
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revolution wrote:
Your posting is in the "Test Area". So it will be subject to automatic deletion soon.

Would you like it moved to "Linux"?



ok, go on Smile
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Matrix wrote:
ok, go on

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