On booting it says: ROM BIOS PLUS Version 1.10 A07
manjaro .x89_64 kde
so I guess it's a 64 bit program.
Yes, I'd say so. And it looks like you are running KDE.
Is that enough information? I tried getting the
information from the
terminal window again but couldn't. I could go to that place on booting
that provides information. If it's not enough information, could you
please tell me what I am looking for?
I would like to run it off DVD. My computer's I buy I don't have a hard
disk in them I just run the operating system off DVD or maybe it's a CD
but I think it's a DVD. I do this on purpose so that hackers and people
who spread malware have a harder time with me. I also don't run the
operating system off a stick so that hopefully such people have another
Hmm... Though attackers won't be able to modify the actual system that
you are running (since that will get wiped every time you reboot),
this is not necessarily a good approach. The problem is that an
attacker can still infect your system while you are running it and
then monitor your session for internet logins (email, bank, etc).
An up-to-date system is - in my opinion - still the better approach.
Also I would probably like a Manjaro Operating System
again if possible.
Manjaro is still around:
Comes in XFCE, KDE or Gnome as desktop environment.
I think Tom told me that to suggest that I could put
systems on the same stick and if one didn't work then another hopefully
would. Maybe a few could be put on a stick and one on disc that you
think would work and those two items sent out in the same package.
I only ever use a USB stick to set up a system.
But it looks like you can use "MultiBootUSB" to install multiple live
systems on a single USB drive:
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