Dear Manjaro Team,
I tried to make a bootable USB Stick with balenaether…but unfortunately it is not working. I would like to have a new Linux Partion next to my windows. Is there a program to make it idiot save like WUBI?
Would love to have this to spread Manjaro to a lot more users who do not know about all the Bootable Stuff.
Best regards from Holzhausen,
Welcome at the Manjaro forum, Hansi
Have you tried ventoy?
Ventoy is an open source tool to create bootable USB drive for ISO files. With ventoy, you don't need to format the disk again and again, you just need to copy the iso file to the USB drive and boot it.
More tips can be found in this thread:
This is a tutorial how to write an ISO file correctly to an USB stick.
Download the ISO and the checksum file.
First, verify the checksum:
sha1sum -c manjaro.iso.sha1
It should print a line which says “OK”.
If it’s not okay, it might be a bad download, so download it again.
Print out the checksum, we’ll need it later on:
Plug in your USB stick.
Check the devic…
Wubi has been dead for years:
Wubi requires Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7
I would like to have a solution
WITHOUT USB Stick. Installation as Easy as a Video Game.
Create a new Partition
Install Manjaro within Windows (Select if you want Gaming already Installed,…)
Reboot PC and select Manjaro.
No ISO. No USB. Just an Installation File and Ready to Rumble.
The other solution that completely complies with your requirements is to buy a computer that comes
with Manjaro Pre-installed:
No USB stick
Nothing to set up
No ISO file
Installation as Easy as a Video Game.
Maybe virtual machine would fit your needs then?
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