On 05/18/18 08:23, Tom Horsley wrote: > I have just noticed that my Windows 10 virtual machine > no longer sends sound out to the host where I can > hear things. > > Unfortunately I got the annoying Windows 10 April update > and about the same time I switched to Fedora 28, so I > have no idea when sound might have vanished or which > changes might be at fault. > > Anyone done all these updates and had sound keep working > (or vanish). Is there some service I need to be running > on fedora 28 to support sound I may have turned off > by accident? (Or maybe the Windows 10 update killed off > something inside the virtual machine that needs to be > running). > > I suppose I ought to download updated Windows virtio > drivers for everything since newer versions might be > available (but it always takes forever to find them > as someone keeps moving them to make them easier to find > about every six months :-).
Well, I most always use VirtualBox for my VM needs. Not certain what you're using. But, this has happened to me a while back. With VBox, if you open pavucontrol on the host there is a entry for VBox in the Playback tab under Applications. In my case I somehow managed to mute that. -- Conjecture is just a conclusion based on incomplete information. It isn't a fact.
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