Hello all, I’ve got a MOTU 1248 audio interface that misbehaves under every Linux distro I’ve tried. I’ve hopped on Manjaro in the hopes that newer kernels (with USB implicit feedback support) would help to no avail. However some enterprising individuals over at linuxmusicians dot com have managed to (at least mostly) suss out the problems and have produced an ALSA driver that is purported to work.
How do I go about patching this in on a Manjaro system? I see no kernel source packages in the GUI package manager so I can’t replace the existing .c file to compile and patch. I tried to clone the gitlab /core/linux58 project but that didn’t seem to yield the results I wanted. I can always download from kernel dot org but I imagine there are some Manjaro-specific patches to deal with? I can’t seem to find anything in Wiki about compiling custom kernels in Manjaro.