This is where you can get started with GAS:

http://www.mega-tokyo.com/osfaq2/index.php/HowAtandtSyntaxDiffersFromNasm

This is a free book available for free download and purchase (in print).

http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/pgubook/

It starts by teaching assembly, but uses Linux and GAS.
Posted on 2004-09-22 11:59:57 by evil__donkey
This is where you can get started with GAS:

http://www.mega-tokyo.com/osfaq2/index.php/HowAtandtSyntaxDiffersFromNasm

This is a free book available for free download and purchase (in print).

http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/pgubook/

It starts by teaching assembly, but uses Linux and GAS.


I couldn't access http://www.mega-tokyo.com/osfaq2/index.php/HowAtandtSyntaxDiffersFromNasm :cry: The site returned Error 403 ( Forbiden )
Posted on 2004-09-22 16:18:25 by Cthulhu
Do anyone know where i can download a free copy of a real working Linux. Is it still free somewhere. All i see is difference version at RedHat, SUSU and others at a price and i can't even find the so called free download.

Which one is really the best anyway. If i can't get the best, i would at lease like to get something to play with it a bit. Probley give up with-in a month of trying to install it. But want to try anyway.
Posted on 2004-09-23 08:52:17 by cmax
I really couldn't realize if you were joking or not, but I'll give you the link anyway: http://www.linux.org/dist/index.html
Posted on 2004-09-23 09:36:24 by Cthulhu
I know nothing but ASM and Windows. I want to build a super strong ShareWare site someday soon or at lease know whats going on if i let other people run it for me.

I'm am not jokings.

It may be cheap to buy the disk but if i catch hell it still beats paying $10,000.00 for a Red Hat WorkStation from Dell or HP.

With 3 computers and DSL and working 12 hours 3 days a week downloading would be an experence. I'll proberly end up buying the disks anyway :)

Thank you very much. That's the kind of link I was really looking for. I'll get a lot of serious hints beginning right there and here J
Posted on 2004-09-23 11:49:12 by cmax
cmax,

There are a number of linux distributions you can download directly from their sites. Slackware is easy to get and I imagine a number of others are as well. You have to download an ISO image and then write it onto a CD but thats the cheapest way to do it if you have the bandwidth.

You can also get FreeBSD that way as well.
Posted on 2004-09-24 03:00:40 by hutch--