I have been using Palemoon for a couple of years, and did replace Firefox with Palemoon in my recent Manjaro XFCE i686 openrc (RC iso) netbook install, simply because Firefox no longer supports java which is needed to configure some devices still on the field.
My install was performed using the cli installer because the gui installer incorrectly stated that it needed nearly 8gb of storage (it only needs about 3gb). While i was at it i used btrfs lzo compression, and it worked wonders with that old 4gb ssd xD.
Now if somebody could patch Pamac so the window could be shrunk to fit 800px wide (a bit less would be better); then i would be golden (and the few package that still need openrc scripts such as Miredo xD).
Yes, the Asus 701 Eeepc still lives
PS: Due to several people having problems, i have put upgrades on hold. We need a guide to upgrade Manjaro from the openrc 17.0 [RC] to openrc 17.0.1 [beta] asap.
I guess I’ll just test it in a VM to see what the problems are:
Warning: removing 'dbus-x11' from target list because it conflicts with 'dbus-elogind' Error: unresolvable package conflicts detected Failed to prepare transaction: conflicting dependencies: elogind-openrc and consolekit-openrc are in conflict