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==Instructions==
 
==Instructions==
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sudo apt-get install dosbox python-serial
 
sudo apt-get install dosbox python-serial
  
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echo  "export PATH=~/6.115/tools/bin:\$PATH" >> ~/.bashrc
 
echo  "export PATH=~/6.115/tools/bin:\$PATH" >> ~/.bashrc
  
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</pre>
  
 
Test this by typing rasm test.asm
 
Test this by typing rasm test.asm
  
It should work. If not, bitch at Isaac, or figure it out.
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It should print
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<pre>
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Executing DOSBox...
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Rasm51E 1.32 (c) Rigel Corporation 1990-1995
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Assembling file t:temp.asm
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opening file t:temp.asm
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pass 1
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4 lines of source code read
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pass 2
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  assembly time :  0.000 seconds
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writing file t:temp.lst to disk
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writing file t:temp.obj to disk
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disk write time :  0.000 seconds
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no errors found...Rasm51E terminates...
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-rw-r--r--  1 isaac  26 Feb  9 17:55 test.err
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-rw-r--r--  1 isaac  132 Feb  9 17:55 test.lst
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-rw-r--r--  1 isaac  44 Feb  9 17:55 test.obj
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</pre>
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Additionally, you can type
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<pre>
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make program
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</pre>
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To upload the program on the RJ31P (is that what it's called)

Revision as of 18:07, 9 February 2012

Instructions

sudo apt-get install dosbox python-serial

mkdir ~/6.115

cd ~/6.115

wget http://mit.edu/~igutek/Public/6.115_toolchain.zip

unzip 6.115_toolchain.zip

echo  "export PATH=~/6.115/tools/bin:\$PATH" >> ~/.bashrc

Test this by typing rasm test.asm

It should print

Executing DOSBox...

Rasm51E 1.32 (c) Rigel Corporation 1990-1995
Assembling file t:temp.asm
opening file t:temp.asm
pass 1

4 lines of source code read

pass 2
  assembly time :   0.000 seconds
writing file t:temp.lst to disk
writing file t:temp.obj to disk
disk write time :   0.000 seconds

no errors found...Rasm51E terminates...

-rw-r--r--  1 isaac   26 Feb  9 17:55 test.err
-rw-r--r--  1 isaac  132 Feb  9 17:55 test.lst
-rw-r--r--  1 isaac   44 Feb  9 17:55 test.obj

Additionally, you can type

make program

To upload the program on the RJ31P (is that what it's called)