I have Manajaro Gnome installed, and al is OK except from the following message which displays on boot:
“Failed to start pkgfile database update”.
I don’t know what this means. Is it anything to be concerned about, and can I prevent it from displaying?
I found this thread, does it apply to my situation?
I had this issue a while back, the thread may be helpful:
It just updates the database on daily bases.
Nothing special… On my system it is just used by:
$ pactree -d1 -r pkgfile ✔
Where does it display?
Anyway… that could happen if no network is available. It will just retry on the next day.
My Manjaro Cheat-Sheet-Entry tells:
nss-lookup.target MUST be enabled.
Description=pkgfile database update
else correct it…
It displays when booting up - top left corner of display. Can I remove / turn off this message? Thank you.
I amended this file on my system to match yours. This appears to have fixed the problem. Thank you.
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