I assembled an assembly file called "helloWorld.s" and saved it into "helloWorld.o" and then I tried to link it but it gave me this error "helloWorld.o: file not recognized: File format not recognized", I wonder why is that?
I used NASM Assembler.
Here are the commands I wrote:
C:\>nasm -f elf64 helloWorld.s C:\>ld -o helloWorld helloWorld.o helloWorld.o: file not recognized: File format not recognized
The Executable for linux OS but I just trying to essemble it and link it on Windows OS and the will transfer it.
Creating a Linux executable on Windows using the ld linker is not a straightforward process because ld on Windows typically produces Windows-compatible executables (PE format), not Linux-compatible executables (ELF format). However, you can use a cross-compiler toolchain on Windows to achieve your goal.