|Release Date:||July 10, 2011 (edit)|
|Next Release:||unknown (edit)|
|Platform(s):||i686, x86-64 (edit)|
|Packaging:||Pamac, pacman(relation to Arch) (edit)|
|Interface(s):||Main: GNOME, KDE, Xfce|
|Derivative of:||Arch (edit)|
|Home Page:||http://manjaro.org (edit)|
Manjaro is a Linux distribution, based on Arch Linux, which utilizes many desktop environments, a rolling release update model, and the Pacman package manager.
Manjaro Linux is based on Arch Linux and has its own collection of repositories. The distribution aims to be new user-friendly while maintaining the Arch base, most notably the Pacman package manager and compatibility with the AUR. Manjaro itself uses three sets of repositories: the unstable repositories contain the most bleeding edge Arch packages, possibly one or two days delayed; the testing repositories contain packages from the unstable repositories synced every week, which provides an initial screening; and the stable repositories contain only packages that are deemed stable by the development team.