|The Manjaro XFCE desktop with my keyboard bokeh as background.|
Now I run the new kid on the blog Arch based Manjaro distro with a XFCE desktop. It's a superfast system with a lightweight distro on a decent PC.
Manjaro use the Linux 4.14.36-1-MANJARO GNU/Linux kernel. Updates are rolling.
- Unplugged the /home drive (a 2TB harddisk)
- Installed Manjaro on the SSD stardup disk
- Added a user
- Replugged /home disk
- Followed this guide
Then /etc/fstab was edited and this info was added:
# UUID=b87ebb56-f4df-43ee-918a-fa69xxxxxxxx /home ext4 defaults 0 2
A nice surprice
After a reboot the system was up and running. To my surprise the users could access their shares immediately. And a very pleasant surprise was the fact that even shortcuts from Nautilus was preserved and ready for use in the XFCE file manager Thunar.
Even symbolic links to certain shared folders were preserved.
SSD - contemplating more real estate
Well my 120GB SSD ran full after an Ubuntu SQL update of some kind. I tried to solve the problem by a new install, but Ubuntu was not able to do a decent dist-update.
After several crashes I decided that enough was enough. So I droppedUbuntu (for a while I guess ...)
The real problem isn't Ubuntu but the fact that the SSD should have more GBs. I guess that it is necessary to follow the development on the boot drive or to update the hardware.