as i said
The hook needs to run in order to make the change, simple reboot is not enough.
so, have i missed out something to do?
Sorry for the late reply.
Not really, because it works now.
These hooks execute when a certain package is installed or upgraded:
- the lsb-release.hook reacts on operations for package lsb-release.
- the os-release.hook reacts on operations for package filesystem.
You could show what you have in file /etc/os-release. It should contain EndeavourOS infos on many lines.
But if it doesn’t contain anything EndeavourOS, you could either copy it from github:
cd wget \ https://github.com/endeavouros-team/EndeavourOS-archiso/raw/master/airootfs/etc/os-release sudo cp os-release /usr/lib/os-release # note the target path!
or reinstall package filesystem.
But as always, make sure you have a recent backup of any of your personal data before doing changes to your system.
EDIT: seems that the URL line is too long, at least I can’t see it. The last component of that line is of course: os-release.
$ cat /etc/os-release NAME="EndeavourOS" PRETTY_NAME="EndeavourOS" ID=arch BUILD_ID=rolling ANSI_COLOR="38;2;23;147;209" HOME_URL="https://endeavouros.com" DOCUMENTATION_URL="https://endeavouros.com/wiki/" SUPPORT_URL="https://forum.endeavouros.com" BUG_REPORT_URL="https://github.com/endeavouros-team" LOGO=endeavouros
/etc/os-release is on par with judd’s one. thumbs up to you as well.
let’s pretend my lappy just needed a little bit of extra love today