Manjaro-Arm provided a simple out-of-the-box solution for Linux on embedded boards since 2015, but due to its lack of contributor involvement, the project’s sole maintainer announced that it is shutting down.
Manjaro-Arm is a Linux-based distribution for embedded devices like the Raspberry Pi 2 & 3 and ARM-powered embedded devices. Much like Manjaro, the user-friendly Linux distribution based on the Arch operating system let users simply dump an OS image onto an SD Card and boot: “Nothing more, no configuring, no fixing of standard problems, just simplicity,” said project lead Josh Crowder.
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