I've now installed Manjaro on three computers - that's how much I've come to love it ;0)
Anyway here's the thing:
My first and 'main' machine now has completely sorted, tagged, ordered libraries for, most notably, music and photos.
I've just finally binned Windows and installed Manjaro on my primary laptop. Now it's all up and running, it strikes me as a bit daft to somehow copy across via a physical drive/USB many hundreds of Gb's of data - for one thing it would be incredibly slow!
Since they're both on the same local WLAN, and since I am the admin for said WLAN (Archer C2), is there any way I can
a) connect the two machines to each other via the wifi and
b) set up some form of 'sync' or sharing in such a way that e.g. if I put my camera card in one machine and the photo library is updated, those changes can be propagated to the other machine?
Edit: I've tried both SSH and the Avahi Zeroconf - both installed by default. Can't get them to work 'out of the box'. Have enabled and started both services, but even with firewall off, no joy.