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MattDiesel



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MattDiesel
I'm now on linux full time, but still writing programs for windows. This is confusing but it seems to work alright, and I prefer it that way.

However, I am missing being able to use olly to find symbols' addresses. There is a fasdump program on the forum which works well for elf fas files, is there something similar for PE fas files? If not then I might need to consider writing one.

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Post 05 Sep 2011, 19:32
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emc



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You can try to run Ollydbg with WineHQ.

Otherwise, Beye runs on Linux and allow you to disassemble PE programs : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beye
Post 05 Sep 2011, 20:07
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MattDiesel



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Thanks, I was mostly looking for the ability to get information from fas files, but that is a good alternative. I also found I could run the symbol dumper in the tools directory of a windows fasm installation under wine.
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Overflowz



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VMware on linux Rolling Eyes
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