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Fri Sep 21 13:06:41 UTC 2012
Is Virtualbox the only virtual machine for ubuntu ?
Am Mittwoch, den 19.09.2012, 15:07 +0100 schrieb Alan Bell:
> hello, yes I have had problems with 12.10 in virtualbox for sound,
> it is possible to get to the pulse audio dialog and change the device to
> one of the two LFE devices, I can try it again later and provide the
> exact key sequence to do so. I didn't tag that bug as an a11y bug
> because it is an "audio totally broken for everyone" bug rather than
> orca specific issue even though it does mean that Quantal is basically
> untestable in virtualbox for blind users. It does boot OK when testing
> on real hardware and you get the drums and ctrl+s starts orca as normal.
> Ubiquity has changed a bit but I can get all the way through it without
> cheating and turning my monitor on, I will do a full keystroke guide and
> audio/video at some point pre-release.
> On 19/09/12 13:54, Peter Vágner wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I am running Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit as the main OS. I have installed
> > virtual box using software centre and checked all the additions during
> > setup e.g. 32 bit kernel support and network ethernet driver.
> > At the end of a virtualbox install I have just rebooted the machine to
> > make sure everything is in its place.
> > Then after the boot I have createda new machine in the virtualbox and
> > I am currently trying to boot a daily live 32 bit image of ubuntu
> > 12:10 inside it.
> > The virtual machine launches I am even getting informative messages
> > regarding direct mouse and keyboard capture but I am not getting that
> > usual drum sounds coming from the guest OS.
> > Is my install of virtualbox screwed or ubuntu 12.10 has changed
> > something in this regard?
> > I have also waited some 10 minutes in case and pressed ctrl+s without
> > any audible difference.
> > In the virtual machine settings window I have audio turned on and set
> > to pulse.
> > Any possible hints?
> > Is anyone running 12.04 in virtualbox with sound output?
> > oh btw on the host OS I can see vbox channel while looking into the
> > pulseaudio volume control.
> > Greetings
> > Peter
> I work at http://libertus.co.uk
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