This question may look weird.I hope people here can tell me something about that,because I'm a Chinese undergraduate student studying computer science.We're forced to learn old 8086 assembly language together with MASM.As a consequence,I have to install dosbox and other tools to deal with this stuff.Our lectures are aiming at MS-DOS which is out of fashion for many years.Obviously,we can seldom se
Hi guys,Having a lot of issues with audioAudioaplay -l returns No soundcards found and when i type 'alsamixer' it says 'cannot open mixer: No such file or directory' but I have alsa and alsa-utils!my lspci -nn command gives:lspci -nn
00:00.0 Host bridge : Intel Corporation Device [8086:0150] (rev 09)
00:01.0 PCI bridge : Intel Corporation Device [8086:0151] (rev 09)
Hi. I learned C in high school and am proficient in it:D. At the college while learning microcontrollers there was a short course on assembly language which I skipped:p but had no trouble as most of the application programming had to be done in C. Should I go back n learn assembly language as I have heard it gives good insight into the hardware?