16-bit x86 C library and include files
This is the C library used to compile with bcc. It includes all the
headers and static libraries needed to build 16-bit applications,
for Linux/8086, Linux/i386 and DOS .COM executables.
Elksemu is an emulator for the environment that elks will provide on a
real ELKS machine. The emulator only runs on linux-i386 or similar.
If you're using a 2.0.36, 2.1.43, 2.2.0 or later kernel then the
binfmt_misc driver is in the stock kernel and all you need to do is
add the following line into the relevent /etc/rc* file.
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.
This is the source of the current "libbsd.a" as I have it
next to the libc 4.3.2. You can safely ignore the blahblah
in the other README- throw it away after you added this stuff
to the rest of libc...
I think the best way to add this to the standard set of C
libraries is to keep it in the form of a single non-sharable
library (/usr/lib/libbsd.a) that only gets linked if the user
asks for i
The system call table (syscalls/syscall.dat) is constantly changing, using
linux86 (0.16.17-3.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Fix "FTBFS: ncc: illegal
For version 0.16.*.
> Sorry forgot to flip this back: perror and strerror are back to using
This package is part of the Debian GNU/Linux's version of the 8086
Software development environment
Top of the list, without whom this wouldn't be here...
Bruce Evans <bde@FreeBSD.org>
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