I’ve pretty much been unable to run Manjaro on my odroid n2+ for going on a year now because tow-boot simply doesn’t function on my n2+ 4g model–the spi installer simply locks up. I’ve reported a bug to them and others have noted they have the same issue. Manjaro removed the n2+ specific image and says to use tow-boot. What other way can I use to boot the generic image?
HI, nice to see you, thanks for your bug report,
Unfortunately the Odroid n2 and m1 images don’t boot after a fresh built image, no dev gave answer about it.
Wait nobody pinged me. I was away from forum so I didn’t see it.
I might just activate device specific build for odroid devices again as there is issues with tow-boot.
Any advice on this front. I am so tired of running old ubuntu on this device.
The last image I built for the odroid n2 (Manjaro-ARM-kde-plasma-on2-2024.01.04.img.xz) is working well, did you try to build image for the odroid n2 plus ?
I’m sorry, and perhaps this is pure ignorance, but unless it’s on the download page, I’m not sure how to get an image like this. I definitely have some experience as a software engineer building things, but I’m not sure where to start building a manjaro image such as the one you described. If there’s a guide somewhere, I’ll definitely follow and report back.
To build your own manjaro arm image find below the wiki
build images are save here :
to add or remove some packages from the edition you build edit the file
my command to build an image is looking so
sudo buildarmimg -d om1 -e kde-plasma -v 2024.02.29 -b stable n
in your case use this command for example
sudo buildarmimg -d on2-plus -e kde-plasma -v 2024.02.29 -b stable n
to my knowledge manjaro is the only arm distro to provide a user build image tool…
same possibility for the manjaro x86, when it works :-/
no problem if you need help to build one for arm.