I want to demo a standalone JUCE audio app – mainly developed on an OS X System – with the help of an Intel NUC running my app in kiosk mode. In the end, the NUC should boot a lightweight Linux without any desktop environment and just launch my application at startup. Before I’ve gotten there, the linux version of my application should also be compiled on that machine, by simply cloning my git repo and running the makefile created by the Projucer, all through the command-line.
Now, is there any linux distro that’s suited better or worse to this particular use-case? Are there better/worse distros in terms of audio performance?
As I said, I’m usually working on Mac, but when working with linux, I mostly used CentOS until now, so I’m used to it. But I’ve never used it for audio applications & I wouldn’t consider myself to have an overall picture of the linux universe at all, so maybe it’s time to get used to some new linux distro