Manjaro-ARM 18.07 released!

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#61
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Now that you say it:)
With dd on it, too bad, the update to 18.04.1 LTS just went well. I only use odroid for pi-hole. All nicely furnished and no card left to test Manjaro by the way.
Maybe later.
Thank you.

odroid@192.168.178.26's password: 
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I use last time not multiboot, I use live usb (french) more hard then english for me.
I had pretty much everything broken on my computer but with this program + timeshift, I could save almost everything.

I couldn’t remember the exact name, but found it under mint (which I only use for booting the computer :wink:

Not my day to day, copy and paste error.

Manjaro-ARM-minimal-xu4-18.07

No ISO there?


#62

Apparently you are using multibootusb, only the developer can fix that.
Ubunto is not supported in the Manjaro Forum.

I don’t understand enough of manjaro arm to be able to help you but maybe someone else can, but if you want help you need to rephrase your question as am not sure what you asking for.

Also this thread should go somewhere else? @jonathon


#63
Completed

I made a copy & paste error :wink:
I want

Ubuntu is on Odroid XU4 :wink:


In the zip is a .img , For Raspi/Odroid I think it give no ISO like

say.


#64

you can get it here https://osdn.net/projects/manjaro-arm/storage/xu4/minimal/18.07/Manjaro-ARM-minimal-xu4-18.07.zip


#65

you use dd to burn the images to sd cards:
sudo dd if=Manjaro-Arm_[Edition]rpi2[version].img of=/dev/[device] bs=4M

more info here http://wiki.manjaro-arm.org/index.php/Getting_Started_RPI2/3

ISO format is not available.


#66

No only img

Click reply otherwise is hard for me to track your questions, if you keep changing your post.


#67

To get the images on the SD cards quickly, I just use Etcher. :slight_smile: It can take the .zip files directly.


#68

But can one also expect from this large (220 MB) program :smiley:


#69

It may be an Alectron app, but it’s very nicely done and not web-based!


#70

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