I download the system image from the official Manjaro website. I’m making a flash drive using rpi-imager (official distributions for orangepi4lts work using this method). But when I try to start the system on orangepi4lts, nothing happens.
What could be the problem?
Welcome to Manjaro!
Have you tied the official way of burning a USB stick already?
What is the official one?
Have you clicked the green link in my answer above?
I’ll try it now
can I use img.xz or do I need img?
I used this method:
sudo dd bs=4M if=/path/to/manjaro.iso of=/dev/sd[drive letter] status=progress oflag=sync
but it didn’t work(
orangepi4lts doesn’t want to run manjaro…
The fan spins and nothing happens.
Let’s wait for the ARM specialists to read this after they wake up as I can only provide generic Manjaro responses…
Thanks for the info!
I needed to know the official way to create a flash drive. Although this didn’t solve my problem…
*note: When powering orangepi from a laboratory power supply, the consumption is 0.5A. Once again I’ll try to wait for the download.
I tried another microsd, the result is the same - the system does not start. I returned the official distribution to Ubuntu - it works. On another forum I was advised to check extlinux and dtbs. They exist and as far as I can tell they are normal.
I partially solved the problem. Having installed Ubuntu from the OrangePi website, I transferred the system to emmc using nand-sata-install. After which Manjaro started loading from another flash drive. (Gnome editors. The error “oh no!” appears. Please contact your administrator with a message. But this is already a success!)
It’s decided! Migrating the system (Ubuntu) to emmc using nand-sata-install. Now manjaro boots from microsd. Thank you!
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