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Old March 17th, 2009, 11:53 PM
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Default Assembly language has different style under linux from unix(AIX)?

if compiling cpuid.s under OS AIX, there are some error, why?
i check the release of the as, but not catch anything.
are their style different, really?
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if compiling cpuid.s under OS AIX, there are some error, why?
i check the release of the as, but not catch anything.
are their style different, really?
AIX does NOT use int $0x80 - only Linux uses that - it is the same as INT 21h under Windows. They are o/s specific.
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