Hi! After the last general update and reboot, few problems have been ocurring. I’ve been able to solve most of them but this one is driving me crazy and maybe it’s something silly! Captura de pantalla_2020-05-04_09-23-16|657x500
I get this error every time the system starts
Does the eos-welcome screen come up when the system starts?
Edit: Like this?
Hi Rick! No, it doesn’t. Only the notification windows I attached
Do you have wifi? Maybe it’s not connected yet and needs a delay on the app so wifi is connected first.
The error is related to
Sorry, Disregard my last post. I was thinking the welcome app but it’s the update notifier.
Edit: Not sure if it has a timer on that one or whether it’s another problem not reaching the site.
It is failing at initializing? Do you see output if you do
eos-update-notifier -init ?
It used to be automatic and now it is not?
I don’t know to be honest. @manuel?
I did and this is the result I get:
Unit eos-update-notifier.timer could not be found
I’ve never seen it working before. It’s the first time this notification appears.
Maybe it’s installed but not started?
systemctl --user enable eos-update-notifier.timer
systemctl --user start eos-update-notifier.timer
Thanks for all @ricklinux
I’ll this commands, reboot and I’ll let you know the result
Initialize() function is supposed to do
among other things
Oh…i thought that would just report status?
I just went through mine and reset it all via the wiki and it’s working.
[ricklinux@eos-xfce ~]$ eos-update-notifier -show-timer
● eos-update-notifier.timer - Run EOS update notifier a few times a day
Loaded: loaded (/home/ricklinux/.config/systemd/user/eos-update-notifier.timer; enabled; vendor preset: enabled)
Active: active (waiting) since Mon 2020-05-04 10:30:02 EDT; 1min 30s ago
Trigger: Mon 2020-05-04 12:25:00 EDT; 1h 53min left
Triggers: ● eos-update-notifier.service
May 04 10:30:02 eos-xfce systemd: Started Run EOS update notifier a few times a day.