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Hi All. I'm running Badhi in a virtual machine but can't get any sound. Trying to decide if I'm switching away from Ubuntu/Fedora to this distro but can't really decide ...
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    No Sound in Virtual Machine


    Hi All.

    I'm running Badhi in a virtual machine but can't get any sound. Trying to decide if I'm switching away from Ubuntu/Fedora to this distro but can't really decide if I can't get sound to test everything out. Thanks a lot in advance.
    Bodhi 1.3 & Bodhi 1.4 using E17
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    Which VM are you using?
    What do we want?
    Time machines!

    When do we want 'em?
    Doesn't really matter does it!?


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    Also, it'd be easier if you could just burn a copy to CD/DVD and try LiveCD. VM's can be a confusing pain in the butt sometimes. I'm sure you know this, just thought I'd remind you.
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    Running Virtual Box, and yeah I know there can be some major obstacles but I never am satisfied with live distros (basically wireless rarely works, I am limited by RAM, etc...). I want a fully functional OS that I can play around with without having to dual (actually it would be tri boot at this point). I want to be able to play around with it inside of Ubuntu. I have Fedora installed on a dual boot and as of yet am not impressed. Running Badhi inside of Virtual Box has been fun but with no sound I can't fully test it out. I am digging E17 quite a bit, fast, sleak, and still ni
    Bodhi 1.3 & Bodhi 1.4 using E17
    Dell Studio 17, Intel Graphics card, 4 gigs of RAM, E17

    "The beauty in life can only be found by moving past the materialism which defines human nature and into the higher realm of thought and knowledge"

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