I was thinking about learning assembler, but there is a
I heard about DOS interrupts, which I guess work only in
Which I guess means that if I buy a book about x86
and it speak a lot about that interrupt things,
I have a fair chance it wouldn't work in Linux, is that
Maybe in that case, there are "Linux x86 assembler" books?
Another question: How assembler works in the secure Linux
Linux checks that calls are not a threat to the system?
fn: Alexander Gutfraind
note: I have nothing to say, and I'm saying it.