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Re: Inline asm?
Inline assembly is part of the C++ standard I believe. I think it
However that would be gnu assembly.
It sounds to me like you're talking about assembly to access hardware
devices. In general you don't do this under linux. Instead you use
a library that does all the hardware manipulation. You might want to
take a look at SVGALib or KGI if you want to know how it works underneath.