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No Sound On Centos 7 VM, any pointer?

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I've installed CentOS 7 in a KVM powered VM on my CentOS 6 desktop. I'm not getting any sound.
Google seams to have no clue what to do. How about you?

posted Sep 29, 2016 by anonymous

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