Hello everyone , pretty new to manjaro installed it just today both on my laptop and android device.
I am using the arm-stable branch of manjaro in my android device running on a chroot environment. Since the system is based on SysVinit ( as systemd cannot work in chroot environment ), lsb-release file doesn't exist , it says no such file or directory when i try to cat it
If someone wondering its the official manjaro arm release only , just made to work in a chroot environment . Tutorial here - [How To] Run the official Manjaro ARM edition on Android with chroot environment
cat /etc/os-release shows the following
NAME="Manjaro-ARM" ID=manjaro-arm ID_LIKE=manjaro,arch PRETTY_NAME="Manjaro ARM" ANSI_COLOR="1;32" HOME_URL="https://www.manjaro.org/" SUPPORT_URL="https://archived.forum.manjaro.org/c/manjaro-arm/"
Since i can't access the lsb-release file in this device , isn't there any other way to know what version of manjaro i am currently running ?
PS / - I don't have access to the GUI ( there is no dekstop environment ), so the solution necessarily has to be through command line