Hope you are all doing well. So I am hoping I can get some input on a new installation. So Ive had Hass supervised installed on a Mac Pro running Debian 10 for several months now. It has been relatively painless but Im starting to encounter network drops periodically everyday. Its clogging the logbook and it also locks out access and its getting rather annoying. Well, our family recently started using JellyFin for media consumption. Its great, but Debian 10 does NOT have the necessary requirements to allow HEVC decoding. As a result, I had to move to Debian testing/Sid to enable. Nothing is necessarily wrong, aside from the dropouts. But Im thinking of doing a full reinstall but Im not sure which option to choose. Jellyfin demands Mesa driver 20.1, which Debian 10 does not have and Debian 10 is the only officially supported method. My brother and I plan on adding more docker containers to further enhance home services on the mac to justify its high idle power consumption.
What would my options be? Any input is greatly appreciated!