I installed timeshift for autobackup (daily) using the same parameters that have previously worked for me on the same hardware using manjaro (using the gui).
Unfortunately, despite the same setup, the automatic backups are not working. Manually, the backups work fine both from the gui and command line (i.e. sudo timeshift --create), so i think the config is good.
I wonder if there is a missing cron-like service on endeavour versus manjaro?
Cronie is the cron-like service as mentioned above - and it is not installed as a standard item because it may very well not be needed these days… as a systemd-timer will do most if not all things it might be useful for…
This should fix your issue. If it doesn’t please check out the wiki here. This SHOULD fix your issue. If not, please post up again here. I’m sure we can figure it out.
** FYI - A while back I had a pretty severe issue with Timeshift hanging indefinitely while running dchcp service. After removing/disabling it, everything went away. I don’t know if it’s still an issue. But, just a heads up in case it does.