Thank you all for your answers, but in fact I don’t have the answer I was looking for, which is: which is the fastest version?
Why don’t I like Docker? it’s simple and from a purely personal point of view, i like to get my hands dirty and understand how things work!
And therefore very often intervene on copies of sources which is not possible for me in the docker version.
installation in .deb is as easy as that in Docker
a simple wget to download the package and a click on it to launch the install … it’s as fast as downloading an image.
Audio question I have the most difficult sound card to configure the Seedvoicecard Respeaker 6 mic array and I even installed an equalizer (which improves the recognition of Wake Word)
In audio output I use dmix which allows me to listen to music even if Rhasspy and depending on:
For updates: either I test the new version by installing the new package in another directory
Either I uninstall the old Package before installing the new one.
So the Docker version is great for those who just want to “Use” the software.
But as you have understood it is not my case.
On the other hand, the solution of the git clone very often poses problems and seems to me much longer to install (time of downloads and Make install)
Here is each his point of view and his way of seeing things