Install Manjaro 19.0 (Kyria)-step by step screenshot

Welcome to our step-by-step process of installing the Manjaro 19.0 (Kyria) Linux distribution. After a long period of iterative development and functional improvements, Manjaro 19.0 was recently released and can be used. Manjaro is seeing increasing use among new and experienced Linux users. Its features are suitable for home users, system administrators and developers.

View a complete guide to the new features of Manjaro 19.0 (Kyria)

Here are the main features:

  • Kernel is 5.4 LTS
  • MATE Desktop is now in Manjaro Kyria
  • Xfce 4.14 comes with a new theme called Matcha
  • Available in KDE, GNOME, Architect and i3

See the installation steps for Manjaro 19.0 (Kyria) Linux distribution.

Step 1: Download and install the ISO

Visit Manjaro download page Pull your favorite desktop version.

After downloading the ISO file, if you are installing on a desktop or laptop, you may need to create a bootable installation media. For example, to burn iso on a USB stick, enter the following command in a terminal:

                        sudo dd bs=4M if=/path/to/manjaro.iso of=/dev/sd[drive letter] status=progress oflag=sync


  • / dev / sd[drive letter] Is the path of the USB device
  • /path/to/manjaro.iso Is the path to the ISO file you downloaded.

Step 2: Install Manjaro 19

After creating the installation media, boot to Manjaro 19 to begin the installation process.

Click ” Launch the installer Button to start installing the Manjaro 19 Linux distribution.

Select the language you want to use.

Select your region and time zone.

Set the keyboard model and language.

Partition the disk properly for installation.

Create a new user and set a password.

If you want to install one, select the office suite you want.

Confirm the settings and start the installation.

Accept the changes.

Please be patient as you begin the installation.

After everything is done, restart the system.

Log in with the user you created.

Enjoy the newly installed Manjaro 19.0 Linux.

Update the system after installation.

                        sudo pacman -Syu

We will introduce more guides on the management and administration of Manjaro Linux.

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