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Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #20786, comment 4


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04/28/2022 08:54:27 PM (7 months ago)
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  • Ticket #20786, comment 4

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    11Makes sense. I think if you are using Windows guests or a linux guest with a newer kernel, you won't have playback speed issues. I think newer linux kernels seem to hardcode the clock value as a workaround for specific PCI ids (including the VBox audio device id), rather than measuring it on boot. 
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    3 Anyhow, I'm on Linux Mint (based on Ubuntu), which makes it hard to upgrade the ALSA packages without building them manually, which then creates a mess of broken dependencies. I hope there exists a fix/workaround on the VirtualBox side, since 6.1.22 works perfectly fine. 
     3Anyhow, I'm on Linux Mint (based on Ubuntu), which makes it hard to upgrade the ALSA packages without building them manually, which then creates a mess of broken dependencies. I hope there exists a fix/workaround on the VirtualBox side, since 6.1.22 works perfectly fine. I also tried 6.1.34 today, and it seems like the issue still occurs. 

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