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ouadji



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Fasm - ddk <--- clic

(for a good presentation : Radasm Courier New Standard 10)

These are the original files created by CT757.
But ... ntddk.inc , ntoskrnl.inc and ntstatus.inc have been corrected and supplemented

these files are necessary to develop drivers



Razz


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Post 30 Mar 2009, 23:40
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DOS386



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ouadji wrote:
Fasm - ddk


Heh ? What is it ? PLease post some info. BTW, it doesn't download (is it supposed to ?).
Post 31 Mar 2009, 00:03
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ouadji



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ouadji

These files are needed for developing drivers

Megaupload - enter the code and download the file
the link is ok, I download the file without problem from home


Post 31 Mar 2009, 00:27
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DOS386



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ouadji wrote:
Fasm - ddk <--- clic


clic ... Nothing.

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These files are needed for developing drivers


Drivers for what OS ? OS independent ?

Quote:
Megaupload - enter the code and download the file


There is no possibility to enter any "code"

Quote:
the link is ok, I download the file without problem from home


The link in NOT OK (note: I have JS inexistent or off, and I don't collect spyware)

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These are the original files created by CT757


COOL. Let's UTFG:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=CT757
http://www.genome.ad.jp/dbget-bin/www_bget?ctr+CT757
http://vx.eof-project.net/viewtopic.php?id=44
http://www.discogs.com/user/Ct757

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But ... ntddk.inc , ntoskrnl.inc and ntstatus.inc have been corrected and supplemented


Judging from the 2 letters, it's Windoze only.
Post 31 Mar 2009, 00:35
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Quote:

These files are needed for developing drivers

Megaupload - enter the code and download the file
the link is ok, I download the file without problem from home

thanks,
tested the link, works OK.
Post 31 Mar 2009, 02:27
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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DOS386 wrote:
Judging from the 2 letters, it's Windoze only.
Judging from the forum it is posted in it is Windows. I thought it was obvious from the very first post.
Post 31 Mar 2009, 02:43
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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Quote:

Judging from the forum it is posted in it is Windows. I thought it was obvious from the very first post.

Yes for me it was also but the problem here was that I silently moved to Windows after DOS386's last post Embarassed
Post 31 Mar 2009, 02:57
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Madis731



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I've cached it: EDIT: link dead
(Actually its so small that you could just post it as an attachment and it will always be here)


Last edited by Madis731 on 16 Jul 2012, 07:00; edited 1 time in total
Post 31 Mar 2009, 09:28
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rugxulo



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BTW, not directly on topic but maybe someone here knows ... does the FASM (DOS) example DEVICE.SYS actually DO anything (useful or otherwise)??? Confused
Post 01 Apr 2009, 12:10
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Tomasz Grysztar



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rugxulo wrote:
BTW, not directly on topic but maybe someone here knows ... does the FASM (DOS) example DEVICE.SYS actually DO anything (useful or otherwise)??? Confused

When you try to read from it, it fills your buffer with 1Ah (End Of File) bytes. That's all.
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DOS386



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> BTW, not directly on topic but maybe someone here knows ...
> does the FASM (DOS) example DEVICE.SYS actually DO anything

Indeed not the best thread to ask Sad

Some .SYS'es (also a RAMDISK): http://www.quickersoft.net/downloads/DOSASM.zip - not FASM syntax Sad
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DOS386



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revolution wrote:
Judging from the forum it is posted in it is Windows. I thought it was obvious from the very first post.


NO. You are online 25 hours per day as we all know, but this time you missed 2 things:

- It was in Main all the time

- It originally didn't contain anything except "FASM-DDK" (see edit notes)

Quote:
I've cached it: http://nap.koduleht.net/Madis/cache/DDK.7z
(Actually its so small that you could just post it as an attachment and it will always be here)


Link is OK, 47 KiB Smile
Post 05 Apr 2009, 03:42
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revolution
When all else fails, read the source


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DOS386 wrote:
NO. You are online 25 hours per day as we all know, but this time you missed 2 things:

- It was in Main all the time

- It originally didn't contain anything except "FASM-DDK" (see edit notes)
Okay, my post was late then. Next time I will try to keep up. Promise.
Post 05 Apr 2009, 04:26
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rugxulo



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Tomasz Grysztar wrote:
rugxulo wrote:
BTW, not directly on topic but maybe someone here knows ... does the FASM (DOS) example DEVICE.SYS actually DO anything (useful or otherwise)??? Confused

When you try to read from it, it fills your buffer with 1Ah (End Of File) bytes. That's all.


Why??? I know simple examples don't have to actually do anything ("hello world"), but really, this is bizarre to my eyes, no offense.
Post 14 Apr 2009, 20:17
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RuthDmytro



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Thank you for this useful files.
Both links are not working at the moment, so I decided to add archive here.

There is an error in DDK\ntddk.inc at line 255.
Code:
CONTEXT_FULL = (CONTEXT_CONTROL + CONTEXT_INTEGER + CONTEXT_SEGMENTS)    


halkd.h
Code:
#define CONTEXT_FULL (CONTEXT_CONTROL | CONTEXT_INTEGER | CONTEXT_SEGMENTS)    


"or" operators were replaced by +, in most cases it would be ok, but not this time.
All three components are summed with CONTEXT_i386 which adds a bit to all of them in the same place. Sum will give result different from OR, kernel may not like it.

I think it should be:

CONTEXT_FULL = (CONTEXT_CONTROL or CONTEXT_INTEGER or CONTEXT_SEGMENTS)
; and
CONTEXT_ALL = (CONTEXT_CONTROL or \
CONTEXT_INTEGER or \
CONTEXT_SEGMENTS or \
CONTEXT_FLOATING_POINT or \
CONTEXT_DEBUG_REGISTERS or \
CONTEXT_EXTENDED_REGISTERS)


Description: with changes in DDK\ntddk.inc
Download
Filename: DDK.rar
Filesize: 166.24 KB
Downloaded: 134 Time(s)

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bzdashek



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RuthDmytro wrote:
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Good work, comrade. All links are dead except yours, thanks
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