$ pacman -Qi manjaro-architect-dev
Name : manjaro-architect-dev
Version : 0.8.2.r12.gdf8a4f3-1
I like this.
But I think the default button selected should be No, instead of Yes.
I still don't understand why the virtual console is selected at installer startup, instead of remaining a part of Prepare Installation. If a user has a non standard keymap, or accidently select the wrong one, they would have to exit m-a and launch it again simply to change the keymap.
Having a keymap automatically linked to the selected language should remove the need to change it for a vast majority of users.
At the very least this setting needs to be re-included in Prepare Installation -> Change Virtual Console, otherwise the keymap cannot be changed without the "logout -> login" dynamic.
Previously there were more DEs that were systemd only, now only Gnome. Is this correct?
Just confirming that DEs like Budgie and Deepin are now openrc compatible, and thus will need to be tested once the new menu structure is implemented?
Given Gnome is now an official flavour is work being done to make it openrc compatible?
I assume this display driver duplication is being worked on, just including it for completeness sake.
Install KDE systemd successful, will wait until the new menu structure fully implemented before giving it a serious thrashing again, unless there is new functionality that requires spot testing, which I'll keep an eye out for.