How to create Manjaro 0.8.10 LiveUSB from Ubuntu 14.04

This tutorial will show you How to create Manjaro 0.8.10 LiveUSB from Ubuntu 14.04. On this tutorial we do not need additional software or package in order to create Manjaro Live USB. We will use “dd” command to create Manjaro 0.8.10 Live USB. I have tested this method on my Ubuntu 14.04 with 8 GB USB Flash Disk.

First, make sure you have downloaded Manjaro 0.8.10 ISO. You can download it from here if you don’t have it yet. Save the ISO file to your /home/username/Downloads or any other directory. Now open Terminal type these commands.

[codesyntax lang=”bash”]


Change these items to match with your situation:

  • /home/fitri/Downloads==> change with your directory containing the Manjaro ISO
  • manjaro-openbox-0.8.10-x86_64.iso ==> Change the ISO file name with yours.

When done, you can reboot your computer and set the BIOS to boot from USB disk. You may want to check this page to see the Manjaro XFCE 0.8.10 Screenshots 



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    … in my eyes it would be easier to use never FAT-32-filesystems any more and not to use grubby-like boot-managers any more too … ?!

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