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alf_ua



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Will my program compiled with FASM for Linux run on BSD?
I mean on FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD? or do I need to do some changes in source (like changing interrupt numbers or something else)?

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Post 22 Dec 2003, 19:15
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alf_ua wrote:
Will my program compiled with FASM for Linux run on BSD?
I mean on FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD? or do I need to do some changes in source (like changing interrupt numbers or something else)?

at http://linuxassembly.org

thay have a set of utils that assembl for about 9 flavors of *nix
in the source cod for assembly utils y there are syscalls heder files the whole works for assembly programming in most flavors of nix the code is for nasm and will be hard to convert to fasm
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