Re: [LAU] Audio in KVM?

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Am Thu, 7 Nov 2013 00:18:53 -0800
schrieb Ken Restivo :

kvm allows to forward both pci and usb devices into virtual machines.
For usb its limited to usb1 but for playing back 2 channels, that
should be enough and it can be configured without restarting the host

Or you could do a minimal jack+jacknet setup on the host and send the
audio from guest to host via network.

> Also, I understand that if I'm not running a RT kernel on the host

I don't see why it shouldn't work. But if your host doesn't provide
RT to the guest, why go the hazzle with the guest?

- Arnold

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[LAU] Audio in KVM?, Ken Restivo, (Thu Nov 7, 8:19 am)
Re: [LAU] Audio in KVM?, Arnold Krille, (Fri Nov 8, 8:12 pm)
Re: [LAU] Audio in KVM?, Nicola, (Thu Nov 7, 7:08 pm)