In context... begging the repo NOT maintainer. So there is no leg work because...
there will be no response because the end user has no credibility or authority.
IMHO... I prefer consideration to suggestion or request. Lets say I mention something to consider.
Then (when "possible"... if meritorious and/or beneficial to the entire project/distro) either it's considered or not.
In regard to Arch I fully agree. It is no fun @ all. It has taken me months to fully sort out all it's levels of dependency hell.
Many of it's levels lead to circular dependencies. Then to make things worse I attempted to shoehorn it into the wrong userland.
That was like trying to put a square peg into a triangular hole. However... it's either that or resource starvation. I'm trying to do supercomputing.
I own a Jetson (nVidia/ARM eg. CUDA) and I'm building a 1u x86/ARM cluster so my plate is full. So Arch (unfortunately?) is the route of least resistance.
When I am finished with my remix of Sensei (I've been working on Porteus 1yr) I will post it.
Based on size it will be bloated (1.5gb?)... based on performance it will be fast.
In Pro Recording you need lots of fire power (to fight latency) so that is my motivation for this project.
I'm a professional recording engineer (30 yrs) so I thought why should Apple users have all the fun (eg. ProTools)?
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