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[Xen-users] sound on HVM

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Subject: [Xen-users] sound on HVM
From: Christian Lyra <lyra@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2007 12:45:38 -0200
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Hi there,

        As I understand there´s code in place to emulate a few soundcards like 
the sb16 and the ess1370. But the problem is that once a vm grab the 
device nobody could use it. So... is there another way of having 
working sound on more than one vm (windows hvm) ?

        Another thread sugest to use a sound server, but the only windows 
driver I could find is a old one that could talk to a ESD [1] (or 
pulseaudio), but I couldnt get it work... maybe there´s a little trick 
that I´m not aware off

[1] http://www.clingman.org/winesd/

Christian Lyra


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