Hello from the American Jungle of Florida. Linux user for a few years now. I have run many OS, however, my favorite is Antergos and Arch. Looking forward to kickin it with you all.
Make that "we" have belonged to - Brian and I met (cyber) 4 years ago last October (I got banned, can't think why, must be my deodorant). Also got 3 - 4 others here from the same origin, all of whom I count as friends.Common sense abounds on this forum, unlike others I have belonged to
Anything in Rosetta applies to Manjaro as well. In many Linux, you can accomplish things just with the GUI (windows-like point and click), but command line experience is very helpful, and can be more versatile....is it not necessary with easy Arch based distros like Manjaro?
Thank you very much Wizardfromoz, I had something like that but only much shorter version of Pacman Rosetta. I will study it.G'day @lekkerlinux and welcome to linux.org
Start a Thread in General LInux if you want more Specifics - https://www.linux.org/forums/general-linux.143/ or maybe in Arch might be better https://www.linux.org/forums/arch-and-derivatives.161/
... so that we don't "hijack" @Xzoma 's welcome
But briefly - Arch have "Pacman Rosetta" - https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Pacman/Rosetta
... which I find good as I move around the Families.
Anything in Rosetta applies to Manjaro as well. In many Linux, you can accomplish things just with the GUI (windows-like point and click), but command line experience is very helpful, and can be more versatile.
https://www.linux.org/threads/lmde-3-cindy.20861/Didn't know you were a Cindy user, Tom, I started off with Betsy