So far our small assembler programs have output messages using printf and some of them have read input using scanf. These two functions are implemented in the C library, so they are more or less supported in any environment supporting the C language. But how does a program actually communicate with the world?
In this chapter we will delve a bit more into the stack.
Introduction In this quite extensive post I will walk you through the process of creating from scratch a box in EC2 ready to use for deploying your Rails app using Ansible. In the process I will show how to write a simple module that, while not necessary, will illustrate some points as well. Keep in […]