Just got the manjaro architect iso to install ( manjaro-architect-20.0.3-200607-linux56.iso ) and I’m having some issues.
I enter with manjaro/manjaro credentials, run
setup and I get a “manjaro-architect: command not found” message.
I tried to use pacman to install or update, but I get errors on gpg keys.
I tried several things I found online ( with the hkp or hkps keyserver ) but nothing works.
Always getting errors.
Any idea what’s wrong here?
most troubleshooting I see, suggest to install
archlinux-keyring, but that fails as well
I’m out of ideas really.
@antouank You use an outdated mirror while the updates got mirrored. Choose another updated mirror before running
sudo pacman-mirrors -c Germany
I have no problems here.
thanks for the reply.
I restarted, run the command to update mirrors, then run
setup, and I get this.
slightly different errors now if I try to get the archlinux-keyring
Please post text instead of a picture.
I’d love to, but I’m trying to install it on a laptop. I cannot get the terminal contents on text.
You can use manjaro-architect on any Manjaro edition, don’t need to limit yourself to a CLI only system like the Manjaro Architect Edition ISO. (Unless your GPU doesn’t work.)
However… that is strange now after ~5 times rebooting and running setup again… i get the same error. Weird… The setup sucks at appending archlinux gpg-keys… Next run, it works again…
my use-case : I have an old laptop, I want to connect 2-3 usb cameras on it, and run motioneye os in docker to act as cctv ( and I want a couple of docker containers to do some nginx proxy ).
I don’t need any graphical interface, the laptop will be with the lid closed most of the time.
So CLI is perfect, and it saves resources.
Any alternative I can use? I love manjaro, I’d like to use a CLI version of it.
Should I go for i3 instead?
@antouank What @eugen-b means is that on every desktop version is a the same CLI “Manjaro Architect” installed. Therefore it is easier to share text in the terminal. You can install with Manjaro-Architect on any desktop version. “Manjaro Architect”-Version is just only CLI.
so should I get another ISO, let’s say XFCE, so on the live boot I can start a terminal and run “manjaro-architect” from there? to share the text content?
but will I be able to install a CLI only version on the laptop if I get an XFCE ISO?
Yes… Since the “Architect” is just a script, it works on any version and yes it is preinstalled on any ISO. There is a desktop shortcut with the name “Manjaro Architect”.
Yes, or you can even run manjaro-architect from an installed system and thus use the already downloaded packages from /var/cache/pacman/pkg
that worked, I can launch the architect now! thank you
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