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Description: Please describe your issue in as much detail as possible, including name + ID of any relevant environments, software or content. You can also attach screenshots or relevant error report files.
MacOS built using QEMU do not have sound enabled. I saw a note on the hosted node on “Mac OSX 10.2 Jaguar (CDROM Fixed)” environment, reads: “- audio currently not functional (none of QEMU’s emulated audio devices have native OSX driver support)”
I cannot get the sound to work in MacOS9.2.1, which is also QEMU-based.
I found some likely instructions at
which look hopeful. However I am not sure if I at AusEaaSI am close enough to the metal to actually perform all of these operations.
Are you able to reproduce the issue or did it happen once? What steps can you take to repeat the issue? What did you expect to occur and what was the actual outcome?
This issue seems well-known around QEMU and MacOS emulators.
Urgency: If possible, please give an indication of how urgently the issue needs to be addressed - is there a timeline or deadline (e.g. upcoming demo, researcher request, etc.) that EaaSI support staff should be aware of?
I have an interview with an artist on May 17, 2023 where I need sound on a MacOS9.2.1 or later environment to show the artist their artwork.