If I have ready assembler code. How do I make it into runable code, I want to mess around with it and test it in VMPlayer.
As far as I know, I could use NASM, and all "NASM's" can be downloaded from: http://www.nasm.us/pub/nasm/releasebuilds/2.11.06/ so, I've managed to find the right one (?)(win32?).
**Now I'm under this link http://en.kioskea.net/faq/1559-compiling-an-assembly-program-with-nasm **
Why it does create .exe file? I don't want an .exe, I want an .iso type (not isotope), so far I know .exe is Windows only, or, is there something I don't know about?
**Then while Googling http://stackoverflow.com/questions/12574924/hello-world-using-nasm-in-windows-assembly **
I would love to be able to compile it to working image first.
**Then while Googling  http://sudevshares.blogspot.nl/2012/01/running-your-first-assembly-language.html **
You should see Hello world! printed to the screen. Congratulations! You have just written your first assembly program in Linux!
Isn't Assembly, type of programming language, that when used by another binary program, changes to Assembly code into machine code (binary)? Or am I totally mistaken?
Edited 1 Year Ago by RikTelner