As an audiophile and Linux user I was very happy with the trouble-free install on Ubuntu 18.04 (i5 3200 quad core, 16gb memory on Toshiba SSD drive). Ingestion of the 30.000 albums (on one new Seagate 6TB harddrive) went reasonably fast and everything seemed to work just fine. However, while playing with Roon for a few days it suffered irregular crashes, and I figured that my collection was probably too large for my hardware. So I decided to upgrade to AMD Ryzen 7 2700x with again 16gb memory, now installed on the much faster 2.M Samsung EVO 970 drive. Now everything installed even faster and I wad able to test the backup function, that worked fine. Only it crashed just as often as before. I have tried to install it on OpenSuse Leap 15 and Kubuntu 18.04, and both resulted in the same behaviour. Ubuntu at one point gave a system error mentioning mono-sgen in the report. I have made screenshots of the report, I could upload if necessary. Is there any way of getting Roon to work perfectly under Linux? Of do have to resort to Windows 10/Ubuntu 18.04 multiboot and have Roon run on Windows?
Marcel van Tilburg