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Quick question for Linux Users
« on: October 06, 2010, 11:37:29 pm »
I am hoping to release the whole set of ASM lessons, completed and ready, this week or next week. But I need some information from people who use  Linux:

Buckeye Dude gave me this site for spasm, and then wabbitemu, for linux:

https://wabbit.svn.codeplex.com/svn/Wabbitstudio/Source/SPASM/

https://wabbit.svn.codeplex.com/svn/Wabbitstudio/Source/Wabbitemu/

He was telling me that these need to be compiled. 

 svn co http://wxwabbitemu.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/  wabbitemu
 cd wabbitemu
 ./build_wx -w

 svn co https://wabbit.codeplex.com/svn/Wabbitstudio/Source/SPASM spasm
 cd spasm
 sudo make


So for you Linux users, what do you call the "program" or whatever used to type in these instructions?  And then after that, how do you run SPASM, and how do you run WabbitEmu?
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Re: Quick question for Linux Users
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2010, 04:18:52 pm »
I'm assuming by a month of no replies or update you're still looking for information here?

This is called a "terminal" on Linux. I would say "open a terminal and run the following commands".

To run SPASM, in the terminal you would first cd to the directory containing your source file, then run the command below:

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spasm example1.asm example1.8xp



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