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TmX



Joined: 02 Mar 2006
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During make, I encounter errors :


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make[1]: Leaving directory `/root/lscr/samples/lkm'
make[1]: Entering directory `/root/lscr/samples/gui/xlib'
fasm shapes.asm
flat assembler version 1.67.18 (16384 kilobytes memory)
4 passes, 0.1 seconds, 4031 bytes.
ld -o shapes -dynamic-linker /lib/ld-linux.so.2 -s -lXaw -lX11 -lXt shapes.o
ld: cannot find -lXaw
make[1]: *** [shapes] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/root/lscr/samples/gui/xlib'
make: *** [default] Error 2



FYI, I'm running Slackware 11 (kernel 2.6.17.13)
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Post 28 Jan 2007, 05:38
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Nikolay Petrov



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Post 28 Jan 2007, 17:29
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vid
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rugxulo: would it possible to provide your reference in CHM format? Are there (nice) tools to read CHM on linux?
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a16b03



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vid wrote:
Are there (nice) tools to read CHM on linux?



there is one xchm
Post 14 Mar 2007, 11:19
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arafel



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vid wrote:
rugxulo: would it possible to provide your reference in CHM format? Are there (nice) tools to read CHM on linux?


verdxulo: Not sure, but I think better to leave it as is. chm doesn't seem to provide any benefits over the current html version except for the 'search' function and correct window size (also I have removed my Windows installation couple of weeks ago, so it'll be problematic for me to compile the chm. maybe there is some tool do in on linux?). Hopefully they both will be solved someday...by someone... somewhere... Rolling Eyes
Is there anything particular missing or not working in the htmls?

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vid
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i just like to have entire documentation in signle file
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a16b03



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Why not pdf instead of chm?
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vid
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a16b03: for usage as electronic reference manual, PDF is very inferior to CHM IMHO
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arafel



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vid,
Not promising anything, but I'll check if it's possible to compile chm under linux. Maybe then a chm version could be distributed as an add on or something.
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vid
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thanks.

i googled a little myself, and only thing i found was using Wine, or some javadoc converter Sad
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arafel



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New release.

News/Updates
--------------

*.inc :
all files have been updated and added a new one for NCURSES lib.
X/Xt/Xaw definitions have been merged into one single file x.inc and Xt/Xaw resource strings are placed in x_res.inc

samples :
new misc. IPC, misc. IOCTLs, misc GUI X/Xt/Xaw/NCURSES samples.
also samples were rewritten to be more visually appealing and easier to understand (all the supporting functions placed in separate lib now).

reference :
added/updated: SYSV IPC using shared segments, mq_*() family of calls, misc IOCTLs (VT, keyboard, generic file system, sockios)
tons of other smaller fixes.

utils:
updated Bogdan's perl scripts

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vid
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great job!
If I would prepare some FASM package for linux-based OSes, would you mind if i use your include files?
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rugxulo



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vid wrote:

rugxulo: would it possible to provide your reference in CHM format? Are there (nice) tools to read CHM on linux?



(Obviously not talking to me, but anyways ...)


7-ZIP website wrote:

The main features of 7-Zip

  • ...
  • Unpacking only: RAR, CAB, ISO, ARJ, LZH, CHM, Z, CPIO, RPM, DEB and NSIS
  • ...


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arafel



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vid wrote:
great job!
would you mind if i use your include files?


Of course not. They are free for use. Check the eula inside README regarding this.

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0.1



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This is also a good reference to syscalls on Linux:
http://docs.cs.up.ac.za/programming/asm/derick_tut/syscalls.html

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Post 07 Aug 2007, 12:46
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maxhrk



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I have error regards LKM error during the make:


Code:

make[1]: Entering directory `/home/kaatil/Fasm/samples/lkm'
../../bin/./koupd lkm.asm
fasm lkm.asm lkm.ko
flat assembler  version 1.67.23  (16384 kilobytes memory)
lkm.asm [89]:
____versions:
errorsymbol already defined.
make[1]: *** [defaultError 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/kaatil/Fasm/samples/lkm'




any solution to this?

I attempted to compile this under Ubuntu 7.04


EDIT: nevermind.. i removed the files and unzip them again.. seem work fine now.

Such mystery thing. Smile
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YONG



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Where can I get a table of system calls for x86-64 Linux, similar to the one mentioned by 0.1 above? Rolling Eyes
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YONG



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[SIGH] No-one seems to be willing to help me ... Sad Crying or Very sad Mad
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revolution
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Can we assume you have tried my website?
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gunslinger_



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assembly using nasm there too ?
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