From: Wolfgang Kern on 31 Aug 2007 07:38
> no... I dont think it works.
> How can I confirm it?
> As far as I can see, the int5 code never executes,
> and the the messagebox does not run under ring0.
> maybe its to early to say.... how can I confirm that
> I am at ring0?
MOV eax,cs ;no zero extend required if >386
VERW eax ;uses ax only anyway)
Be aware of more troubles given by the paging mechanism.
So even you may have got PL0 you still may not have a page
'present' in memory.
A thorny way if you decide to follow this path.
From: Wolfgang Kern on 31 Aug 2007 08:01
>> Don't waste you time Are, these simple minded folks can't associate
>> a picture of a rose with the name of a tool and just repeat all the
>> ill constructed BS after their master.
> People see what they *want* to see. You can't rally the "soldiers" to
> combat until you paint "targets" upon the enemy.
> I am beginning to suspect that Randy *strategically* chose the name
> "High Level Assembly" because it encourages people to engage him in
> the obvious debates. Had he called it "Hardly Like Assembly", we
> would hardly be aware of HLA's existence.
time to think about another interpretation of the letters in KESYS ?
OTOH I got enough business as things are, but who knows about future.
From: CodeMonk on 31 Aug 2007 08:07
> Thanks for clearing that up :D
You Ling-Fu still weak, but improve much. Award you White Belt.
Continue you Katas and sparring with Joel.
From: Frank Kotler on 31 Aug 2007 10:32
Wolfgang Kern wrote:
> Mmh, :)
> time to think about another interpretation of the letters in KESYS ?
> OTOH I got enough business as things are, but who knows about future.
Has anyone used "SEXOS"? Ought to sell like hotcakes!
From: CodeMonk on 31 Aug 2007 11:22
"Frank Kotler" <fbkotler(a)verizon.net> wrote in message
> Has anyone used "SEXOS"? Ought to sell like hotcakes!
Nope, that's a GOP distro and most of us don't lean that way :).
So back to your room with Foley and Craig. ;-)