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JincS



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JincS
Hey everybody,

I've been learning asm over the past year or so (at leisure), and I feel that I am getting somewhat competent in it (AKA a step or two above newbie). But I have been having some issues over the past couple of days. I have been doing hours of research on VESA programming, and I have found some very useful information. Sadly, what I am lacking is an ACTUAL TUTORIAL, with source code.

I was wondering if anybody could point me toward some really good VESA programming tutorials/*well commented* source code for FASM? I would really appreciate some help on this one (especially since I haven't been able to find anything to help me) Smile

~JincS

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Post 24 Dec 2006, 03:23
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Dex4u



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HI jincS, I see you have joined the DexOS forum Cool.

I have done some vesa tuts that may help (all with fasm code).
This demos set up vesa and goes to pmode and switch modes in pmode.
http://www.dex4u.com/tuts/DemoVesa.zip
This is the same, but demos displaying a high-res bmp image using vesa from pmode.
http://www.dex4u.com/tuts/BmpView.zip
Also see my CdPod as the code in that may help.
A mini pmode OS with vesa support, thats less than 512bytes
http://board.flatassembler.net/topic.php?t=2164&start=60


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Post 24 Dec 2006, 05:32
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JincS



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Awesome! Yeah, I was going to ask the same question there, but I didn't feel that it was the right place.

Thanks again!
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AmbroXio



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wow, thanks Dex !..... i'll check it out


.........by the way, i'm new around here Very Happy ... i'm involved in a project at a forum http://www.hispabyte.net/foro/ .... i'm sorry about my english, but i speak spanish, so what the hell, i'll write in spanish XD..... bueno, asi esta mejor XD..... y ps na, la gente en este foro no ha participado mucho, pero yo si que estoy interesado.... por cierto, estoy usando Fasm, y bueno, a ver q pasa...

Un saludo !!! .....


PD: i've made a page for my project: http://lgar89.googlepages.com/hispanos
Post 12 Jan 2007, 01:39
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Dex4u



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Cool, this is a good spanish project http://www.geocities.com/redaforth/
He's working on a DexOS port, which will be cool Cool.
Post 12 Jan 2007, 02:15
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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Quote:
bueno, asi esta mejor XD..... y ps na, la gente en este foro no ha participado mucho, pero yo si que estoy interesado.... por cierto, estoy usando Fasm, y bueno, a ver q pasa...

Well, that's better [Not sure if this is the exact translation but that is what it means Razz] XD....., and ps na [Sorry I don't know what that means :S], the people on this forum has not participated much, but I'm interested.... BTW, I'm using Fasm, and well, let see what happens...
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AmbroXio



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jeje... thanks for the translation "LocoDelAssembly" Wink ....... "ps na" = "pues nada" ..... XD.... que serĂ­a algo asi como "bueno pues" .... o algo asi.... Very Happy ... ...... uns aludo!
Post 12 Jan 2007, 03:47
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LocoDelAssembly
Your code has a bug


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aaah Razz Bueno de todos modos sigo sin poder traducirlo no por no entenderlo sino por no saber como traducirlo (Google dice que es "then nothing" pero no me convence).

Saludos!!

aaah Razz Well anyway I'm still unable to translate it not because of not understanding it but because of don't know how to translate it (Google says that is "then nothing" but it doesn't convince me)
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