I have an old computer, I’m running Linux Mint 19.3 32-bit right now. I want to install Manjaro to escape the hell of finding i386 alternatives to apps on Linux. I have ran it on my USB drive. Unfortunately, I could only take a photo of the screen because the USB has overheated and froze. Is installing Manjaro like this a good idea? I was going to install the latest XFCE 64-bit version of Manjaro. Thanks for help.
I can’t upload the image here so I’m going to type the summary of the installation method out.
Create new MSDOS partition table on /dev/sda (ST9320320AS).
Create new 305241MiB partition on /dev/sda (ST9320320AS) with file system ext4.
Flag 305241MiB ext4 partition as boot.
Install Manjaro on new ext4 system partition.
Install boot loader on /dev/sda.
Note : I have tried to install it alongside Mint but it threw up an error.