I3 on raspberry pi?

#1

Hi. I'm fairly new to Linux. How do I get Manjaro i3 edition on my Raspberry Pi? Can I just use Rufus the burn the iso on the sd card?

#2

Moved from #technical-issues-and-assistance:hardware to #manjaro-arm because it is about RPi support.

#3

RPI is based on a ARM v8 CPU. You will need a specialized build, which then can be burned to the RPI storage medium (sd card).

#4

We don't provide an image of i3 for the raspberry pi, but it is available to create an SD card from, with the manjaro-arm-installer that can be installed from the repo.

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