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Comment 34 Aaron Lu Select the ISO for the operating system you want to install. The download link is quite far down on the download pageand be wary of all the other downloads offered.
audio problems with KVM guest – Ask Fedora: Community Knowledge Base and Support Forum
Hey man, thanks for taking the time. To get audio working you can use one of these two options: I cannot seem to find a way to get sound to play on the guest, except for passing through my USB headphones The closest I got was setting up a ich6 sound entry on libvirt. Also playing around with the sampling rate of the device in the VM might help.
Extract from my config file. I believe the problem may be related to wrong output frequency as suggested in the mail list   http: Want to add to the discussion?
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I believe the problem is a duplicate of sounx driver problem. My current solution to try later today: Okay, after a lot of trial and error I finally managed to get it working as it should, without any hiccups.
I want to be able to share an audio device. Comment 18 edgar I’ll try seeing if I can lower the timer period to see if that helps then.
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The PA docs say. Approximately 4 four weeks from now Fedora will stop maintaining and issuing updates for Fedora I ended up just patching the QEMU 2.
Getting rid of audio crackling once and for all (by patching QEMU) : VFIO
How to use fstab. Does someone know how I can use Pulse so I can share audio with my VM or provide sounx solution for mixing sound from the guest and host without glitchy audio? Comment 7 Aaron Lu You can easily pass-trough USB devices.
For the past days I’ve been trying to get a x64 Windows 8. Have you tried setting timer period to and halving period size?
So I would say this environment variable setting also fixed the sound quality problem, thanks!
So if the crackling also itches you badly, try this and report back. Not sure why that never advanced.