Welcome and introduce yourself - 2024

Stefan here, diving into the Manjaro community with a big ol’ grin on my face! I’ve been dancing around the Linux scene for quite some time, but I’ve finally found my way to Manjaro, and I’m buzzing with excitement :sweat_smile:

I’ve always had a soft spot for the freedom and creativity that Linux brings to the table and can’t wait to swap stories, share tips, and maybe even cook up some code together


thank you

Hiya, the names Cipher, i am a cyber security student, and love programming, coding and robotics, i have been a part of the linux community for a long time and love helping people, am really good at solving bug issues and love ricing and editing text files, i hope i can help out here once again. i studied cryptography for 4 years and pen testing for 2


That’s… nerd-slang, isn’t it? :wink:

Actually, I don’t think so. The first time I heard it was in The Fast and the Furious (1 or 2, I can’t remeber.)

It is actually originally not nerd-slang. I don’t know what kind of slang it is, but it actually means:

To rice, or to soup up a crappy car…

Urban Dictionary: ricing

HI all, this is Alfonso.
First post here, but using linux since a couple of years and manjaro since a few months.
Looking forward to help the community!

definitely :wink: haha. anyway, glad to be back with Manjaro

salut je suis nouveau sur manjaro, je veux m’expérimente sur ce système
est ce que il y’a pas de forum en français

merci. Est ce qu’il es possible installer chatgpt sur manjaro

Waddup all,

I have been using Manjaro for over 4 years now as my daily OS. Love that it is an arch based distro without the overhead of managing every small system detail. Big thanks to all the Manjaro-Team for a seamless experience!


I have used openSUSE so far. A few years ago, my son really wanted to play games on the PC, so we installed Manjaro. We were happy with it and now I decided to install Manjaro on all computers. Since different computer architectures also cause different problems, I hope that there are solutions for them.
Thanks again for joining the forum. :slight_smile:

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Long term Windows user here unscrewing his Windows head!
Having tried many distributions of Linux with different desktops where available over the past couple of years, some like Zorin aimed at Win users and some definitely not, I kept coming back to Debian and Manjaro with the plasma desktop.
I can’t quite put my finger on it, but having set up and run both Debian and Manjaro separately on different SSDs, spending many hours learning and fiddling (don’t care what anyone says, it’s a steep learning curve once past the obvious basics) I kept coming back to Manjaro and have it set up as my main OS now with Linux equivalent programs running on it and a couple with no equivalents (found as yet) running happily as well.

Win10 SSD resides on the desk looking a little lonely.

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