Thanks man. To be clear I never ever inter in the Debian VS Arch or distro vs disto, and I am loyal to the linux great community. More than that in all my machines I used multiple boots, Arch, Manjaro, Debian, Fedora, Suse, Mint, Solus...etc.
Why this problem is matter?
Before, when I find problem or bugs . I send feedback to report these bugs to the devs or expert in my UNI asking for solution. As you know, to apply the solution you need terminal + text editor. I prefer the gedit as my text editor it is great, light, fast and make the job done.
Before (3 Months ago), In all distros, I faced no problem at all of using the gedit with sudo gedit to solve problems/bugs of the broken files, to create a scrip, create/modefy/fix services (e.g. Heider Jeffer Manjaro/Debian/Fedora31: Fix Bluetooth laggy connection, Heider Jeffer Nvidia manjaro intel/nvidia switch script, ..etc). It's only need few clicks Alt+T to open terminal, type sudo gedit path to broken file, modify it /fix it, save file close it, , run systemctl, inform the devs about the results. We solve all multiple problems in one terminal, in one text editor (All in One). It was fantastic
I have to be honest to our community, Brothers sisters, Now. No. I have to do the job manually (go to the folder of the broken file/Service, take the permission chmod -R a+rwx /path/to/folder of broken file/Service , then open the broken file/Service , Then change/correct the code(s) then save it and the desktop will be full of open folders, open terminals and open files, more than that; with all these opened files opened folders you must be very careful to recognized which file is to modify and which one is correct.
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