I3 on raspberry pi?

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?

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

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).

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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