Manjaro Manjaro : Une Distribution Différente

Manjaro : Une Distribution Différente

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Bien que Manjaro soit compatible avec Arch et Arch, « ce n’est pas Arch ». Bien, que c'est une version plus facile a installer ou préconfigurée par rapport a Arch, Manjaro est une distribution différente.

En fait, les différences entre Manjaro et Arch sont bien plus grandes que les différences entre la distribution populaire d’Ubuntu et ses nombreux dérivés, y compris Mint et Zorin. Pour aider à mieux comprendre Manjaro, quelques-unes de ses principales caractéristiques ont été décrites.

  • Manjaro est développée indépendamment de Arch, et par une équipe complètement différente.
  • Manjaro est désignée pour être accessible aux débutants, tandis qu’Arch s’adresse aux utilisateurs expérimentés.
  • Manjaro fabrique des applications dans des dépots différents. Ces référentiels contiennent également des logiciels non fournis par Arch.
  • Manjaro fournit ses propres outils spécifiques à la distribution tels que l'utilitaire Détection Matériel Manjaro (mhwd), et le Manager d'Options Manjaro (msm).
  • Manjaro a de nombreuses différences subtiles dans la façon dont il fonctionne par rapport à Arch.

Un aperçu plus détaillé de ces différences a été fourni ci-dessous.

Dépôts dédiés

Un avantage important de l’utilisation de Manjaro est l'utilisation de ses propres dépôts et que les développeurs implémentent automatiquement des mises à jour critiques, et il n’y aura donc pas besoin pour vous d’intervenir manuellement.

To ensure continued stability and reliability, Manjaro utilises its own dedicated software repositories. With the exception of the community-maintained Arch User Repository (AUR), Manjaro systems do not access the official Arch repositories.

Manjaro package repository

Stable branch

Stable branch is snapped from testing approximately two weeks after the sync from Arch stable repositories. The packages on stable branch are the default repositories used by Manjaro systems to provide updates and downloads to the general user base.

Testing branch

Testing branch is snapped from unstable at irregular intervals - but usually shortly after the syncronization from Arch stable. This branch is used as a testing area for packages build by Manjaro developers such as kernels, kernel modules, nvidia graphics, software patches, Manjaro inhouse applications. The package may be subject to further checks by developers and testers for potential bugs and/or stability issues, prior to being released to the stable branch. Testing branch is for the knowledgeable user looking for a way to contribute to keep Manjaro running at it's best.

Unstable branch

Unstable branch is synced several times daily from Arch stable and the packages from Arch repo is generally considered stable as they have been vetted by the Archlinux QA and the Archlinux community. Manjaro maintainers build kernels, kernel modules and nvidia graphic drivers from kernel source. This branch is also the entry point for Manjaro's inhouse applications. The latest available versions of software will be located here and using the unstable branch may cause issues on your system but you are proficient, motivated and have no problem solving minor isssues on your own.

Not as bleeding edge as Arch

A consequence of accommodating this testing process is that Manjaro will never be quite as bleeding-edge as Arch. Software may be released to the stable repositories days, weeks, or potentially even months later; however, users who wish to access the very latest releases can still do so by switching to testing or unstable branch. Doing so will prove you are knowledgeable and a Manjaro Linux poweruser.

Des Outils Conviviaux et Exclusifs

Another feature that sets Manjaro apart from Arch and other Arch-based distributions is its focus on tools to ease the general system maintenance. This extends far beyond just providing an easy graphical installer and pre-configured desktop environments. Manjaro also provides a range of powerful tools developed exclusively by the Manjaro Team.

Détection Matériel Manjaro

Détection Matériel Manjaro (mhwd)

The mhwd command enables the automatic detection and configuration of your hardware for you, usually undertaken during the installation process. This includes support for hybrid graphics cards, as well as setting everything up such as module dependencies for Virtualbox virtual machine installations; however, it can also be used by users with limited technical knowledge to easily undertake this task for themselves.

A guide on how to manually configure graphics cards has been provided.

Détection du Noyau Manjaro

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Manjaro Hardware Detection Kernel (mhwd-kernel)

While automatic support for the use of multiple kernels is a defining feature of Manjaro, the mhwd-kernel command also empowers users with no technical knowledge to easily manage them as well. This includes automatically updating any newly installed kernels with any modules being used, such as those required to run Manjaro within Virtualbox.

A guide on how to manage kernels has been provided.

Manager d'Options Manjaro

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Manager d'Options Manjaro (msm)

This user-friendly application allows you to quickly and easily manage user accounts, install new language packs, and even switch your system's default language and keyboard layout on-the-fly. msm will also automatically notify you of any updates available for installed language packs, too.

Recently new features were added such as easy ways to choose and install between multiple kernels and drivers for your graphics card.

Please look here for more detailed explanations about Manjaro Settings Manager.

Gestionnaire de Paquets Pamac

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Pamac - Le Gestionnaire Applications Graphique

Exclusivement développée par l’équipe Manjaro, cette application intuitive vous permet de rechercher, installer, supprimer et mettre à jour facilement des applications logicielles et des paquets. «pamac» vous informera également automatiquement de toute mise à jour; tenez votre système à jour en un seul clique !

Il y a des explications plus détaillées disponibles pour Pamac Le Gestionnaire Applications Graphique.


Manjaro is definitely a beast, but a very different kind of beast than Arch. Fast, powerful, and always up to date, Manjaro provides all the benefits of an Arch operating system, but with an especial emphasis on stability, user-friendliness and accessibility for newcomers and experienced users alike.

Any enquires about the Manjaro operating system should therefore be directed towards the Manjaro Forum or Manjaro Telegram in order to receive the best help and support possible. All are welcome!

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