A memorandum to change to Manjaro Linux

I decided to change my home computer from Windows 10 to Manjaro Linux.

The story may be derailed, but since my home computer doubles as a game console, I used Windows, but there was an interesting project, so I would like to change it while contributing.

Valve announces compatibility layer "Proton" for running Windows games on Linux | SlackNote

Write to USB

Download iso and write to USB.

iso is here Manjaro --Downloads

Use balena Ether for writing.

balenaEtcher - Flash OS images to SD cards & USB drives

The UI is so good that you can probably operate it.

After writing, reboot and hit F12 or something repeatedly to enter UEFI, change the order of Boot Priority so that USB is read first.

So, when it is started, the time zone is Asia / Tokyo, the language is Japan, and the keyboard layout remains US (because it is a Majestouch MINLA user)

So, move to the live environment with enter where Boot: is written.

Install from the lower left corner of the live environment.


--System update

$ sudo pacman -Syu

--Insert yay

It's a very rough understanding, but it's a tool that makes it easy to install AUR (Arch User Repository).

$ git clone https://aur.archlinux.org/yay
$ cd yay && makepkg -si --noconfirm && cd .. && rm -rf yay

--Insert Chrome

It's pretty easy with yay

$ yay -S google-chrome

--Allow Japanese input.

Please note that the official information is old and some parts cannot be used.

[Japanese Settings-Manjaro Linux](https://wiki.manjaro.org/index.php?title=%E6%97%A5%E6%9C%AC%E8%AA%9E%E3%81%AE % E8% A8% AD% E5% AE% 9A)

I've set up ** Fcitx-Mozc installation and configuration ** here.

But there are some differences.


$ sudo pacman -S fcitx-mozc fcitx-gtk2 fcitx-gtk3 fcitx-qt4

new(Please use this)

$ sudo pacman -S fcitx-mozc fcitx-gtk2 fcitx-gtk3 fcitx-qt5

All you have to do is follow the official rules.

By the way, how do you actually switch! If I was feeling that it was a US keyboard, I could switch it with ** Ctrl + Space **.

Now that I can do what I want to do, I'll put a brush on it.

If you want to install something, it seems better to go to see if it is in AUR, so I want to remember only that.


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