> > I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for a good 80x86 based
> > assembly book(for begginers, but of course, moving through semi advanced
> > topics). I'm aware of some excellent documentation online, but I like
> > having at least one real book in my hands, maybe I'm old-fashioned or
> > something. I'm just learning this on my own, so a text book isn't
> > necessary.
> I learnt quite a bit from Brey: `8086/88, 80286, 80386 and 80486 assembly
> language programming' (at least enough to hack some more features onto
> a BIOS). It's a bit DOS-oriented but the explanations of protected mode
> and some of the x86 processor's weirdy features are very good. Also take
> a look at `The Ultimate PC Hardware Reference Manual' (at least I think
> that's the title). The ISBN of the first book is 0-02-314247-2.
> Matthew ( http://www.soup-kitchen.demon.co.uk/ )
> ( ICQ 19482073 if you're lucky )
x86 and DOS is o.k. for toys. Do not get me wrong it is fun. So is 8086 and
Assembly Programming and the 8086 Microprocessor
However I was sure that this question was labeled Unix assembly. If it is real
unix it is more than likely risc based and that is a different animal.
Introduction to Risc Assembly Language Programming
Mips Risc Architecture
Sparc Architecture, Assembly Language Programming, and C