Virtual sound card for Ubuntu

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Virtual sound card for Ubuntu

We are using vmware ESX host.
I have converted ubuntu notebook from physical to virtual.
I need sound card for audio call testing but ESX isn't support sound card.
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I can use virtual sound card for w7 on ESX using with VAC (virtual audio cable) <a href="http://software.muzychenko.net/eng/">
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But I can't find any solution for sound card of ubuntu.
How can I mount virtual audio card on ubuntu.
Virtual sound card for Ubuntu-ubuntupng
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This is very important for us. Is this impossible or not.
Have you any experienc?
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