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VMware virtual machine Ubuntu 8.0.4 and VOIP Linphone: no audio

I've a VMware virtual machine with Ubuntu 8.0.4 and VOIP Linphone installed. The system recognize device audio and alsa driver. If I open an Internet video the sound is OK. With Linphone no audio is present...but for the system it's all OK.

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  • connectravi Jan 16, 2009

    we are facing same problem...

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What OS is the virtual machine running on? Also there is a flash bug that will not let go of the audio device until you have closed the browser. I assume that is not your problem, but it is aomething good to know anyway.

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