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Re:sound in vmware - was pulseaudio



virtualization adds a whole layer of additional complexity to
sound. I've not used vmware in many years now, but from memory
the vmware settings include buffer sizes for the sound emulation
device ---  I suspect those need to be tweaked to match up with
what alsa thinks it's using.

>>>>> "Tim" == Tim Cross <tcross@rapttech.com.au> writes:
    Tim> I didn't think you would need anything special to run
    Tim> under VMWare. Linux should just see the device as normal
    Tim> i.e. it dosn't know its running under VMWare. It is
    Tim> likely that the vmware issue is pointing you in the
    Tim> wrong direction and that you would have the same issue
    Tim> if you wer just running natively (of course, we are
    Tim> talking windows as the host and this may have some
    Tim> impact - I'm only had minimal experience with vmware
    Tim> hosting windows on a Linux system).
    Tim> 
    Tim> What type of sound card do you have and what Linux
    Tim> distro (more precisely, what version of Alsa?)
    Tim> 
    Tim> Tim bart@bunting.net.au writes:
    >> To ask my question in a different way :).
    >> 
    >> I've got a linux instance under vmware with a windows
    >> host.  Does anyone have a correct alsa setup for this
    >> environment that I could try?
    >> 
    >> Regards
    >> 
    >> Bart
    >> 
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