Re: [orca-list] what's the story with talking manjaro?

When you got as far as you did, when was it speech first came up?
If you could have executed a shell inside of Manjaro Architect and run
parted and afterwards, Manjaro Architect would recognize you had done a
manual partition and used it that might be a good arrangement but not
having got to grips with this yet, I don't know what's possible.

On Sat, 15 May 2021, Dave Hunt via orca-list wrote:

The installer is labeled Manjaro Architect, and it is on the desktop.  I
couldn't get the thing to mount my partitions correctly; It would show as
being what I wanted.  Namely, one EFI boot part, and one large EXT4 part.  The
installer threw errors as it tried to install packages.  I was online, as is 


Dave  H.

On 5/15/21 12:01 PM, Jace Kattalakis via orca-list wrote:
There should be a shortcut to install it. The last I checked it was moved
from a text mode installer, to a more GUI installer because that was easier
for people to handle. I've not run through an install of it on Virtualbox
however, so my info may be out of date, but it absolutely is built on the
Architect format. You do not need Calamaris or whatevr it's called now. It
has its own installer
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