+BitJag Posted October 24, 2019 Share Posted October 24, 2019 Reloaded a most recent flavor of Ubuntu and noticed that a.out binary emulation is now gone from the Linux kernel. As much as I am able to understand this means that MADMAC and ALN aren't options anymore in Linux, making it impossible to build with the Removers Library as it currently sits. I understand that there was allot of effort put into some replacements a few years back with RMAC and RLN, but RMAC doesn't seem to be a good replacement for the Removers Library at the moment, according to Seb. This was 5 years ago, and I might be missing a forum thread somewhere on the web that might shed some light on moving over to RMAC & RLN/Seb's Linker. Besides the obvious other options, like moving to Windows or learning to code my own macro assembler over the next 20 years, are there any other options I am missing for getting the Removers Library/MADMAC/ALN working in Linux? I can't complain that I have been able to use Linux and the Removers Library for over a decade with what ever system I am using for my day job, but I don't fancy the idea of being isolated to a static/non-updatable dev system for the foreseeable future. 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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