This is relatively new and may change over time.
But … I leveraged Github CI and manjaro-tools to whip up a few ISOs.
Somewhat vanilla, and slightly opinionated, they both come in versions of:
- Manjaro-Stable + LTS-Kernel + Full
- Manjaro-Unstable + Latest-Kernel + Minimal
Some of the majaor differences from official Manjaro Editions include:
- Removal of msm-notifier, pamac-tray, plymouth, yakuake
- Minor cosmetic additions to Plasma
- zram, systemd-resolved, tlp are configured and enabled
- pipewire and wireplumber are installed and in use by default
- bash as default shell
manjaro architect would be included but is not currently functional
A quick blurb about the split zips:
I also plan to expand this in the near future to MaCEr, which will specifically target recovery use cases.
Edit. And here it is:
Using SystemRescue as a reference it includes additional tools like:
ext4magic ddrescue testdisk foremost sleuthkit fsarchiver partclone wipe lynx rclone tcpdump openbsd-netcat filezilla warpinator krdc rdesktop keepassxc vim hexedit udftools cdrtools flashrom arch-wiki-docs wikiman chntpw ophcrack backuppc cloud-utils qemu-img
The largest full image being macer with ~3.5G. All editions should be able to fit on a DVD.
As always, constructive thoughts are welcome.