Commit f824111d authored by Helmut Stult's avatar Helmut Stult
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[pkg-upd] 1.2.5-1

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# Contributor: Helmut Stult <>
pkgdesc="Scripts to install Manjaro ARM directly to SD/eMMC cards"
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package() {
cd $pkgname-$pkgver
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* parted
* libarchive
* binfmt-qemu-static
* manjaro-arm-qemu-static
* debian-whois-mkpasswd
* gawk
## Installing:
## Installing and using from gitlab:
To use this script, please make sure that the following is correct:
* an **empty** SD/eMMC card with at least 8 GB storage is plugged in.
* that your user account has `sudo` rights.
## Usage:
To use this script, simple run it with sudo as normal user:
Then use this to get it:
sudo manjaro-arm-installer
git clone
cd manjaro-arm-installer
chmod +x manjaro-arm-installer
sudo -s
clear && bash manjaro-arm-installer
## Known Issues:
* Because `dialog` is weird, the script needs to be run in `bash`.
## Supported Devices:
* Pinebook
* Raspberry Pi 3B
* raspberry Pi 4 (new)
* Rock64
* RockPro64
* Odroid C2
* Odroid N2
* Khadas Vim 3 (new)
* Rock Pi 4
* Pine64-LTS / Sopine
* Pine64+
* Khadas Vim 1 (new)
## Supported Editions / Desktops:
* Minimal (no xorg, no apps)
* KDE/Plasma (full plasma desktop with apps)
* XFCE (full XFCE desktop with apps)
* LXQT (full LXQT desktop with some qt apps)
* Mate (full mate desktop with apps)
* CuboCore (base plasma desktop with CoreApps)
## Other notes:
This script is available in the **Manjaro** repository and can be installed with `sudo pacman -S manjaro-arm-installer`.
This script is also available as an **Arch** (*pkg.tar.xz*) package in my **Manjaro Strit** repo, called `manjaro-arm-installer`.
This script **should** be distro-agnostic, which means you can install *Manjaro ARM* from **any** distro, as long as the dependencies are met.
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