Manjaro Settings Manager
Manjaro provides a very useful program called Manjaro Settings Manager (pictured below). It’s one of the highlights of the distro. Besides installing kernels, the program configures other aspects of the system such as language packs, user accounts, keyboard settings, and hardware configuration.
With Manjaro, only 1 kernel is installed. All of the Intel NUC’s hardware works out-of-the-box with the pre-installed kernel including WiFi and Bluetooth.
But it’s still good practice to add at least one extra kernel, preferably a kernel marked LTS. If something goes wrong with kernel 6.5.5 we can reboot and in GRUB choose to boot from a different kernel.
Pages in this article:
Page 1 – Installing Manjaro
Page 2 – First boot
Page 3 – Manjaro Settings Manager
Page 4 – Install Intel iHD graphics driver
Page 5 – Other Post-Installation Steps
Page 6 – Remove branding
Complete list of articles in this series:
|Intel NUC 13 Pro Mini PC|
|Part 1||Introduction to the series with interrogation of system|
|Part 2||Benchmarking the Mini PC|
|Part 3||Installing Ubuntu 23.10 Desktop|
|Part 4||Configuring Ubuntu 23.10 Desktop|
|Part 5||Power Consumption|
|Part 6||P-Cores and E-Cores|
|Part 8||Installing and Configuring Manjaro|
|Part 9||BIOS options|