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The nasm assembler is an 80x86 assembler. You use a different processor.
From the Wikipedia entry for zsnes:
The emulator is written mainly in in low-level assembly language for x86 processors, in order to run more smoothly on slower processors. However, as a result it cannot be ported to devices that do not run on Intel-compatible processors, as such a port would require the majority of the codebase be entirely re-written from scratch. Thus, for example, there is no possibility of ZSNES ever running as homebrew software on the Xbox 360 or Nintendo Wii, which utilize the PowerPC processor.
It goes on to mention the zsnes9x project which is written in C++.
The zsnes9x download page doesn't list any mirrors. The zsnes9x-gtk project does have a source tarball.
I need an accessible download for a nasm.rpm but can't find one. If I go to the link mentioned above it just goes to a page that says: "Page not Found". Does anyone know of a site I can go to for an accessible download?
Last edited by Lordrahl3000; 01-31-2010 at 05:50 PM.