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#1 2022-05-07 09:35:54

RounakDutta
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[SOLVED] How to reload daemons after installing flatpak?

I want to install flatpak version of steam and I was reading the archwiki on how to install flatpak. I couldn't understand "Automatic updates via systemd" topic . It says after creating the two files we have to reload the daemon. So after creating those two files can I use " sudo systemctl daemon-reload " to reload all the daemon and start the service by "systemctl enable flatpak-update.timer" ?

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#2 2022-05-07 12:35:15

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Re: [SOLVED] How to reload daemons after installing flatpak?

You don't need that to run steam. It will work just fine if you do `flatpak update` manually every once in a while.

If you really want automatic updates with the implications stated in the warning in the wiki, then yes. `systemctl daemon-reload` will do the maintenance work necessary to use changed services (see systemctl(1)) and `systemctl enable flatpak-update.timer` will enable the timer so it will be active after each reboot. If you want the timer to run right away you'll have to start it as well.

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#3 2022-05-10 16:00:16

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Re: [SOLVED] How to reload daemons after installing flatpak?

Oh ok I installed flatpak thanks a lot smile marking the post as [SOLVED]

Last edited by RounakDutta (2022-05-10 16:21:55)


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