But when I call FASM it always invokes a seg fault. Also, can I run 32 bits programs on 64 bits FreeBSD ? I have tried to build a 32 bits executable with this command :
gcc -m32file.c -ofile
But I get three errors from ld (I can't give them now, I'm on Windows), so I can't test. Did someone here find a workaround ?
I already have found a topic on this subject : http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=7684
I have not tried this solution yet because I thougt that FASM shoud work (at least on 32 bits) if someone bothered to make a package for it.
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?p=64688#64688 (But you will need to update and actually you won't need this anymore because newer versions resolved the problem by doing I/O in a different manner).
Note: pkg_add(1) will download the latest version of your application if you are using FreeBSD-CURRENT or FreeBSD-STABLE. If you run a -RELEASE version, it will grab the version of the package that was built with your release.
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