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fasm-1.67.29.tar.gz on freebsd 7.1, examples don't work
hi there,
was putting fasm-1.67.29.tar.gz on my freebsd 7.1

so, i just try to assemble the elfobj examples... but it doesn't seem to work even thought i assembled without problem.


Code:

ld msgdemo.o writemsg.o -o msgdemo
file msgdemo
msgdemoELF 32-bit LSB executableIntel 80386version 1 (FreeBSD), statically linkednot stripped
./msgdemo





so... shouldn't i expect it prints out something??
Post 05 Feb 2009, 20:39
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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Yes, it is OK because the demo is for Linux only Confused

Looks like Tomasz replaced the Unix package with all the content of the Linux package but the fasm Linux executable version.

[edit]If you have Linux emulation enabled you could try branding the executable to Linux with the brandelf utility).
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ic,
i tried the following and working now

Code:

brandelf -t Linux msgdemo
file msgdemo
msgdemoELF 32-bit LSB executableIntel 80386version 1 (GNU/Linux), statitcally linkednot stripped





freebsd handbook wrote:

To help the FreeBSD kernel distinguish between a FreeBSD ELF binary from a Linux binary, use the brandelf(1) utility.
% brandelf -t Linux my-linux-elf-binary

The GNU toolchain now places the appropriate branding information into ELF binaries automatically, so this step should become increasingly unnecessary in the future.



problem solved. Wink
Post 06 Feb 2009, 06:13
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