A real mode 80x86 assembler and linker.
The dev86 package provides an assembler and linker for real mode 80x86
instructions. You'll need to have this package installed in order to
build programs that run in real mode, including LILO and the kernel's
bootstrapping code, from their sources.
You should install dev86 if you intend to build programs that run in real
mode from their source code.
This is a development environment for ELKS-86 and standalone 8086 code.
All you need to do is 'make' from the top directory and the main parts
of the package will be made. These can be tested by using the 'ncc'
program from the newly created bin subdirectory. (ncc is a varient of
the bcc driver program that doesn't need to be installed to be used).
Use 'make install' to install them.
To build this real mode as/ld for x86, just edit Makefile and then
It is only tested under SunOS 4.1.3 and Linux.
We seem to have cross bin86 for Solaris working. The most important
changes involve alignment (it needs to be on) and byte ordering.
Some of the patches just eliminate compiler warnings (conversion of
pointer to integer withou
This is a simple assember and linker for 8086 - 80386 machine code.
There have been a large number of changes since bin86-0.4 so I strongly
suggest you read the manpages.
make PREFIX=/usr install
make PREFIX=/usr/local install
This version has been tested under Linux, older versions were also tested
and working under SunOS and AIX.
This is based on the as86
1.0 ) Boot sectors
1.1 ) Master boot sector
1.2 ) Dosfs boot sector
1.3 ) Minixfs boot bl
From firstname.lastname@example.org Thu Jan 30 19:54:34 1997
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 1997 23:46:50 +0100 (MET)
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