I installed thermald, and as per Endeavour Discovery on this page, I did the --needed bit, then tried to do sudo cp /usr/lib/systemd/system/thermald.service /etc/systemd/system/, but the terminal output is sudo cp /usr/lib/systemd/system/thermald.service /etc/systemd/system/.
There is no such a file.
It should be /user/lib/systemd/system/thermald.service
Perhaps you had a typo initially?
Check: pacman -Ql thermald
Query the package database. This operation allows you to view installed packages and their files, as well as meta-information about individual packages (dependencies, conflicts, install date, build date, size). This can
be run against the local package database or can be used on individual package files. In the first case, if no package names are provided in the command line, all installed packages will be queried. Additionally, various
filters can be applied on the package list. See Query Options below.
List all files owned by a given package. Multiple packages can be specified on the command line.
Thermald seems to have been changed, since when the wiki tutorial was written. This command is the relevant replacement to the one in the wiki.
If you want to modify some setting, I would suggest you only add some parameter, not change the existing command line.
Configuration can be applied using some xml files, as described in man thermald.
I would suggest you follow the recent man page and thermald devs latest info, instead of copy/pasting from old articles on the Web.
I suppose EnOS wiki will be updated, when possible, to reflect changes. @joekamprad ?