Manjaro Cinnamon ISO - temporary volunteer release

The Manjaro Cinnamon edition has not had a proper release in some while and still uses the EOL 6.5 kernel. This means that besides being dated it may have trouble booting on some machines.

Due to continued interest and need I have tried to help fill this gap by building more recent cinnamon ISOs.

These use the upstream profile as found at the manjaro gitlab.

Manjaro Cinnamon Stable (Full):

manjaro-cinnamon-24.0.1-240602-linux66.iso

sha1
74c02c9a3c316aebb86e65646a23a1d114fac522

manjaro-cinnamon-24.0.1-240602-linux69.iso

sha1
905edb57e5cffe91d30bb6acfd8089eb0d916fb5

Manjaro Cinnamon Unstable (Minimal):

manjaro-cinnamon-24.0.1-unstable-minimal-240602-linux69.iso

sha1
d8d3a405598d6c9a22a555ee91d8866a7b2bc381
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…I really hope Manjaro Cinnamon remains a proper community (image) option. I switched from Mint and I love the Arch advantages over a Debian based distro.

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Thank you very much for this ISO. I have been waiting for an updated ISO for a long time. I think it is a shame that Cinnamon is so neglected. It runs very stable for me and on all the systems I support and is easy to customize.

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Thank You ! I am a big fan of Manjaro Cinnamon , had to install Linux mint because of a update issue and since the official community release is not stable after updates
I give this a try.

Hope all you like. For the foreseeable future the Manjaro Cinnamon Community edition has been removed, and won’t return unless somone steps up to maintain it in a timely fashion.

That won’t be me; will it be you?

In the meantime, the release from @cscs seems a viable alternative.

Cheers.

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