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wt70707



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wt70707
Hi, all,

I am new to fasm. I am wandering how to debug code of fasm under linux and windows 2000, i.e., how can I look into registers, memory and I/O. And how can I set breakpoint, how can I read the assembled instruction stream?

Tao Wang
Post 23 Oct 2003, 08:22
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keyoke



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windows 2000 a easy debugger to use is ollydbg 1.09 for linux im not sure as i dont code for linux.
cant remember url for olly just make a search should find it[/url]
Post 23 Oct 2003, 08:38
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Dunduk



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Post 23 Oct 2003, 09:45
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fasm9



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http://protools.anticrack.de/debuggers.htm

http://am-tschok-para-yok.snowkite.net/trw.htm

trw is system-level debugger for win9x (made by Liu Tao Tao)
Post 23 Oct 2003, 12:09
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Post 25 Oct 2003, 23:25
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LiuGuoHua(Chinese)



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LiuGuoHua(Chinese)
I'm so glad to tell you that LiuTaoTao is a Chinese.
Because I'm a Chinese ,too.
And we have the same family name --Liu.
In Chinese , family name is always goes first.

But I'm not as good as him. :(
Post 27 Oct 2003, 06:36
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tom tobias



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Dear LiuGuoHua,
Your English is quite good, but I encourage you to write: I am not as skillful as Liu Tao Tao, instead of "as good as". Logically of course, since none of us are as skillful as Privalov, no one should be submitting anything to the forum. The whole point, however, is that we offer opinions and raise questions notwithstanding our relative lack of skill or experience or both. Your participation is also welcome, don't worry about level of skill! Regards, TomTobias, nbri@mail.china.com.
Post 27 Oct 2003, 16:06
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wt70707



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wt70707
Hi, all,

Thank you for your help. I think there is gnu debugger in Linux. May anyone say about it?

To Liu GuoHua, I think there is no need to say about my name should be Tao Wang or Wang Tao. We are all fans of the secrets behind PC.

Tao Wang
Post 29 Oct 2003, 05:50
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fasm9



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Post 29 Oct 2003, 12:58
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hitertan



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Dunduk wrote:
http://home.t-online.de/home/Ollydbg/

So excellent Ollydbg is!
thank you!

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Endre



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LiuGuoHua(Chinese) wrote:

In Chinese , family name is always goes first.

As it does in hungarian too.

on Linux I use ald (assembly language debugger) which has no GUI but it does not need it at all. Since it does not use symbols it is excellent for fasm programming. For break points you can use addresses or the well known int 0x3.

http://dunx1.irt.drexel.edu/~psa22/ald.html

Endre.
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