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neils [Step 1: install DASM]
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   * Go to [[https://​github.com/​dasm-assembler/​dasm/​releases|this page]] and download the latest **DASM** release for your operating system.   * Go to [[https://​github.com/​dasm-assembler/​dasm/​releases|this page]] and download the latest **DASM** release for your operating system.
   * Extract the package to a location that you'll remember   * Extract the package to a location that you'll remember
-  * On Linux, you have to add the executable permission: ''​chmod +x xcbasic64''​+  * On Linux, you have to add the executable permission: ''​chmod +x dasm''​
   * Recommended:​ add the executable to the PATH environment variable to make it callable from anywhere. If you don't know how to do this, read one of these guides: [[https://​www.architectryan.com/​2018/​03/​17/​add-to-the-path-on-windows-10/​|Windows]],​ [[https://​linuxize.com/​post/​how-to-add-directory-to-path-in-linux/​|Linux and macOS]]. On Linux, it's often easier to symlink to the executable in a standard bin directory, e.g ///​usr/​bin//​.   * Recommended:​ add the executable to the PATH environment variable to make it callable from anywhere. If you don't know how to do this, read one of these guides: [[https://​www.architectryan.com/​2018/​03/​17/​add-to-the-path-on-windows-10/​|Windows]],​ [[https://​linuxize.com/​post/​how-to-add-directory-to-path-in-linux/​|Linux and macOS]]. On Linux, it's often easier to symlink to the executable in a standard bin directory, e.g ///​usr/​bin//​.