Can I install Manjaro on Nanopc-T4

I learned that manjaro already has arm support, and also supports rk3399.
I have a nanopc-t4 board. I want to install manjaro on it. I downloaded other ROMs, which are also rk3399, but can’t be started after burning.
Will manjaro arm support nanopc-t4, or where can I learn how to build manjaro?

Yes you can.

You need to install and run manjaro-arm-installer to create an install for your device.

  1. sudo pacman -Syu manjaro-arm-installer
  2. Reboot
  3. Plugin the SD card or eMMC to your PC for the device.
  4. Open a terminal application and run manjaro-arm-installer
  5. Follow the steps in the installer, choose nanopc-t4 when choosing your device.

Is there any way to get the manjaro arm image of nanopc-t4?

I want to install the system on nvme SSD, but nanopc-t4 cannot boot with nvme SSD. I need to unpack the image, then use eflasher tool provided by friendly-arm to burn boot on EMMC, and then use EMMC to boot nvme SSD image

Thank you for your answer!

We don’t provide ready made images for all the devices we support.

But you can create one yourself.

  1. Install manjaro-arm-tools.
  2. Reboot
  3. Run sudo getarmprofiles in a terminal window.
  4. When that’s done, run sudo buildarmimg -d nanopc-t4 -e <edition of choice>.
  5. Wait while it finishes (will take about 30 minutes if all goes well).
  6. Flash the resulting image, found in /var/cache/manjaro-arm-tools/img, to your SD/eMMC.

Thanks you for your answer!

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