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Old 06-01-2006, 03:00 AM   #1
omerlh
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assembly code on linux


Hello!
I just start learning assembly. I learn it at school on windows. I also want run it on my linux box, with nasm, and it had problems. this is the code:
Code:
cseg        segment
assume      cs:segment
start:      mov ax, 4000
            mov ds, ax
            mov si, 1000
            mov ch, 88
            mov ds:[si], ch
cseg        ends
end         start
nasm output was:
Code:
irst.asm:1: error: parser: instruction expected
irst.asm:2: error: parser: instruction expected
irst.asm:8: error: symbol `cseg' redefined
irst.asm:8: error: parser: instruction expected
irst.asm:9: error: parser: instruction expected
I don't know what the problem is, but on widows it worked. Someone told me the I need to change some orders to unix. Does it true? What to change?
And another question: I try install the ald assembly debugger. It a good debugger? There is something better?
Omer.
 
Old 06-01-2006, 04:25 AM   #2
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Quote:
Originally Posted by omerlh
Hello!
I just start learning assembly. I learn it at school on windows. I also want run it on my linux box, with nasm, and it had problems. this is the code:
Code:
cseg        segment
assume      cs:segment
start:      mov ax, 4000
            mov ds, ax
            mov si, 1000
            mov ch, 88
            mov ds:[si], ch
cseg        ends
end         start
nasm output was:
Code:
irst.asm:1: error: parser: instruction expected
irst.asm:2: error: parser: instruction expected
irst.asm:8: error: symbol `cseg' redefined
irst.asm:8: error: parser: instruction expected
irst.asm:9: error: parser: instruction expected
I don't know what the problem is, but on widows it worked. Someone told me the I need to change some orders to unix. Does it true? What to change?
And another question: I try install the ald assembly debugger. It a good debugger? There is something better?
Omer.
One thingi rememberfromthe nasm manual is "NASM does not ASSUME"

Anyway your syntaxis wrong... you needto use nasm syntax
 
  


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