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    Assembly program error on linux

    Hello ,
    When I want to run a program written in assembly language I get this message :
    bash:<program name > : Permission denied
    which <program name> is the name of the program I want to run.
    Can any one help??
    This will be over soon, and then I can ...

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    If the program is accessing a piece of hardware or a privileged virtual device, you may need to do it as root or grant your users rights to the device.
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    You have assembled the assembly into machine code using an assembler, yes? If it's a text file it won't work. Also, ensure the corresponding machine code is executable ("chmod +x executablename").
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