I’m interested in making a custom background image for a manjaro ISO that I’m making with
buildiso (following https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B--je--m0VI 's tutorial).
I see that there is a branding file called
/etc/manjaro-tools/branding.desc.d, but it includes references to variables and paths (the
module section it talks about) in locations that I can’t see:
How can I place a custom logo for one of the images? I’ve tried to find a “module” using the
find command, but I havn’t been successful so far.
Doing custom branding is not only in Calamares. What exactly do you try to achieve here?
Basically a custom Manjaro themed distribution.
We’re have a coding team, and I thought it would be cool to have our logo on the desktop when it installs as well as our programs that we use all the time.
I’ve got the package list down (minus the AUR stuff which will be installed by a yay script), but some of the branding had me stumped.
It really depends how deep you want to rebrand your spin-off of Manjaro. Sure we can help you to get started. Do you have a screenshot gallery or something on a github or gitlab project I can look at. Also do you have our profiles already forked. I recommend to use github, as there you can reuse our CI scripts for easy creating the ISOs. Setting up a custom 3rd-party repo is also possible, so you don’t have to use yay for building your AUR packages on the fly. Maybe they are already compiled by a 3rd-party repo.
If you have a matrix or telegram handle you can PM me that and we see how we connect.