First, I should state that while I have been in the IT world since the late 1970's and have built many of my own computers, my work as a programmer/analyst did NOT take me into developing operating systems for different hardware. For that reason, I am curious about the possibility of porting Manjaro-ARM to other ARM-based computers, but have no background that would tell me immediately if something is possible or if it is completely out of the question.
I have a Lenovo Ideapad Yoga 11 laptop, currently running Windows RT, but utilizing an Nvidia Tegra 3 32-bit ARM-based processor.
What I would like to know is if it is feasible to use one of the currently-available Manjaro-ARM images to create an ISO bootable "live" DVD that I could use to boot my Yoga 11 to see if it is possible to run Manjaro ARM on such hardware. I do not know if the Manjaro distribution is so irrevocably tied to the specific hardware that it cannot respond to other microprocessor that use the same instruction set.
Can the .IMG files be converted into live DVD ISO files?
Any ideas? THANKS!