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A quick look at Manjaro

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After writing a post about Archlinux removing the installer I promised I would take a look at one of the Archlinux derived distributions, to see if they would make Archlinux available for a larger public. A name mentioned often on several websites was Manjaro and when they recently announced a new release, I decided to have a go with it. So I downloaded the latest KDE-version, 0.8.3., and placed the DVD in my laptop.

Installation

After booting the DVD I saw a menu where I could choose to boot Manjaro in graphics mode, in graphics mode with nonfree drivers and in text mode.

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