Hello everybody, I'm using Ubuntu 11.10 and I don't know about assembler for linux, but I think there is.

Do anybody know about Assembler for linux? Thanks. =]

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The most common x86 assembler for Linux is yasm.

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I think the best one is nasm.

sudo apt-get install nasm

And you can use it anywere from the command line! No need to cd!

GNU assembler (gas) , also called as is another such assembler. You get it as a part of binutils as well

I think theres a NASM version for linux

So, there you have it - at least 3 to choose from - yasm, nasm, gas. There are probably others. I know that Intel has their own in their Linux and embedded development tool set (not free, however).

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