Ah hm, Orca (nodejs) seems to work on my rPi3b+ (w. hyperpixel) but i have (perhaps!) some jackd/midi routing to figure out (my setup/config might OK also). One bug?: after one click in the menu bar, the second one (actually: taps/touches) makes it crash every time—
The shortcuts work anyway (CTRL+ENTER, CTRL+O etc), is there a shortcut to select a midi output? :)
The crashes might be due to touch events—? (haven't tested with a mouse yet)
Note: Seems like the nodejs version on Raspbian is a bit old (v8), the node version manager (https://github.com/tj/n) seems to work fine to install the latest or LTS nodejs version:
I uploaded something made last year, a little collage thing, sound or noise, fwiw
@npisanti yes, that's the easier way in a sense, as you don't have to modify the laptop case. but bandwidth might be limited depending on how many PCIe lanes are reserved for the thunderbolt port (if it has x4 PCIe, the performance will be similar to M.2 key M, only slightly worse due to protocol overhead). laptop manufacturers sadly don't put this info in their spec pages. plus, thunderbolt eGPU enclosures cost a lot more than a simple M.2 to PCIe adapter card (~300$ vs ~60$)
initially, I had the internal GPU in my value function, but removed that when I found out that you can do this: https://web.archive.org/web/20190429025410/https://egpu.io/forums/builds/clevo-n141zu-gtx-1060-6gb-strix32gbps-m2-adt-r3g-win10-timginter/ !!!!!
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