do i have to chroot into arch from arch

can't i do that from manjaro?

would that be bad?

if it would not be bad then can i please have arch-chroot?

if it would not be bad to do to update some files in arch and i may not have arch-chroot, then can i use these commands to succesfully chroot into arch:

mount -t proc proc /mnt/proc
mount -t sysfs sys /mnt/sys
mount -o bind /dev /mnt/dev
mount -t devpts pts /mnt/dev/pts/
chroot /mnt

is any/all of that ok?

i update manjaro since my arch
i update manjaro since my other manjaro
i update my arch since manjaro

no problem :slight_smile:

me i am simple, i use only systemd-nspawn -D /run/media/me/my-distrib

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Sure it is, it doesn't even have to be an arch based distro as you will be essentially leaving the userspace behind (except the already loaded parts).
Any (live) linux will do.

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