any tutorials for x86-64 assembly under freebsd?
Russell L. Carter
rcarter at pinyon.org
Thu Jan 3 18:11:25 UTC 2019
On 12/26/18 5:46 AM, iam at sdf.org wrote:
> i am running freebsd-12 under x86-64.
> i have been pointed to 'as' and 'ld' for tools.
> i have also been pointed to the 'url' for intel
> documentation about x86-64 assembly.
> i also have a sample "hello world" program in
> x86-64 assembly language.
> may i know of any tutorials which can teach me
> to work with assembly using x86-64?
> i saw one book on amazon.com, but that uses the
> assembler from microsoft ('masm') which i think
> only runs under windows-10+.
> any pointers and/or help would be appreciated.
> thank you.
Basically for x86_64 you can use docs aimed at linux, modulo some
minor issues such as renumbering some syscalls.
Here are some I've found helpful:
This one is free and guaranteed fantastic:
Both NASM and YASM have very good docs on the actual
syntax. You can find some ok guides about translating
between intel and att syntax.
This one costs a little bit:
So does this one but it's pretty good:
I generally like supporting authors writing about less common but
fundamental programming areas, especially if I can sidestep Amazon.
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