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Compiling memtest from sources on cygwin
- From: "alexeik at nordlines dot ru" <alexeik at nordlines dot ru>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sun, 19 Jun 2005 16:12:33 +0400
- Subject: Compiling memtest from sources on cygwin
I try to make memtest86 from sources on cygwin and have the following error:
as -32 -o head.o head.s
head.s: Assembler messages:
head.s:623: Error: unknown pseudo-op: `.previous'
head.s:694: Error: can't handle non absolute segment in `ljmp'
head.s:917: Error: unknown pseudo-op: `.previous'
head.s:923: Error: unknown pseudo-op: `.previous'
head.s:929: Error: unknown pseudo-op: `.previous'
make: *** [head.o] Error 1
I suspect, that this is not right forum to ask, but I do not know where
to look for the answer. My question is: what is '.previous' pseudo-op,
and where should I look for assembler (GNU?) documentation.
Sorry again if I asked in a wrong forum.
Thank you for your time.
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