This is the issue when you are having a fresh install of apache usually.
You need to tell apache should handle the extensions so that it could process them accordingly.
On you apache path, go to the config and open the httpd.conf file
and add the following
AddType application/x-httpd-php .php
Also, make sure the Module for php is installed as well..
in your httpd.conf file, search for:
#LoadModule php5_module libexec/apache2/libphp5.so
and, of course, uncomment that to enable php.
A hello world in Assebly language tha would show the first number that is greater than 80
# Simple program to stop when it gets the first number greater than 80
number_store: #fixed name for the address holding
.long 34,78,23,90,12,234,76,23,1 #Numbers to be dealt with.
mov $0, %esi #initialize the esi
mov number_store(, %esi, 4), %eax # load the first number on the eax register
cmp $80, %eax #compare the value on eax with 80
jge exit_door #yup exit if the comparison met..
mov number_store(,%esi,4), %eax #load the next number from the array
jmp begin_loop #go back to the loop
mov %eax, %ebx #load the last value we have to ebx register
mov $1, %eax # call the exit call here
int $0x80 #interubt it
This will be running on the x86 processor.
To run it on the linux do the following from the command line:
The following command would- create the object file:
as greater.asm -o greater.o
The next one will be the linker – we need it to create the executable
ld -o greater greater.0
and run it as
Now the value would be accumulated on the register ebx.. Since the exit parameter will be stored on the ebx, and we have a value being loaded on the ebx it will be just showing that:
this is A HELLO WORLD TO ASSEMBLY