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I am using gas, but to execute a program I have to write three commands. I know I can press the "up" arrow to see the latest commands I've used, but still it takes a lot of time to look for the commands when I've used others. Is there an easiest way of writing a serie of commands?
as -o $1.o $1.s
ld -o $1 $1.o
It works fine. The problem is that I want to use it like a command. I readed that in order to make that, I must make a directory called "bin" on my home. I did that and copied the script to it. But it doesn't work.
I know, that's how I know it works fine. the problem is that, as you see it uses "cd" and "as" and I have several folders where the script is usefull, and I don't want to have all over my HOME copies of the script.
As root, move the file ensamble.sh in the /bin directory. MAKE SURE than no other program in the /bin directory has the same name. The file will then be accessible to anyone using the computer, even if they are not the root user.
This assumes that /bin is in your path. Check by typing "echo $PATH " (without the quotes) at the prompt. Usually /bin is in the PATH variable by default.
Last edited by celticgeek; 09-02-2005 at 04:00 PM.