when I want to start the package cleaning configuration within the welcome app i get following error:
Error: sorry, variable ‘keepcount’ has value ‘1)’ from file ‘/etc/systemd/system/paccache.service’, cannot parse it.
Any idea how to solve that problem?
Can you show the contents of file
Edit: The problematic line should look like something like this:
Description=Remove unused cached package files
ExecStart=paccache -rkBail out! Gtk:ERROR:…/gtk/gtk/gtkiconhelper.c:494:ensure_surface_for_gicon: assertion failed (error == NULL): Failed to load /home/markus/.local/share/icons/Windows-Eleven/actions/16/image-missing.svg: Fehler beim Öffnen der Datei »/home/markus/.local/share/icons/Windows-Eleven/actions/16/image-missing.svg«: Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden (g-io-error-quark, 1)
Sandboxing and other hardening
How must this line look like, that it works?
There seem to be more errors “failed to load” some icons.
That file is corrupt, see the line starting with
You could change it e.g. to:
I try it, when I,m back at home.
What I did before was some manual clean up according this guide:
and I used bleachbit.
Could that be the cause for the corrupt file?
Impossible to say, depends on what operations you did exactly.
Anyway, somehow the line in that file is not OK. Otherwise the file looks normal.
BTW, I just added some more input value checks into paccache-service-manager. It is in package
eos-bash-shared version 1.44-1.
Hmm, didn’t work for me. Gave up and reinstalled endeavouros. Problem solved.
OK, your machine, your rules.
Great that it works now!
Thanks anyway for your effort and fast respose.
I only had the feeling that I had broken more on the system.
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