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Offline emninger

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laptop-mode-tools fails with openrc script
« on: 09. May 2016, 00:21:51 »
I installed laptop-mode-tools and the respective script.After installation pacli told me to do
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sudo rc-update add saned defaultwhich fails with the following statement:
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* rc-update: service `saned' does not exist
Any ideas what happened here?

Thanks a lot in advance.

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Re: laptop-mode-tools fails with openrc script
« Reply #1 on: 09. May 2016, 00:43:02 »
Do you really need it? If you don't think to use sane it'll be better to not add this service.
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/SANE
http://linux.die.net/man/8/saned
 
I think that you should install sane-openrc(the actual script) first,or something like that(I'm not using Manjaro now) and then try this:
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sudo rc-update add sane default
if this does not work:
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sudo rc-update add saned defaultWithout the "d" in saned, cause this message can be wrong(for older version of the openrc script maybe)
« Last Edit: 09. May 2016, 00:54:23 by glock172 »
If it ain't broke, don't fix it

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Re: laptop-mode-tools fails with openrc script
« Reply #2 on: 09. May 2016, 01:46:17 »
Thanks for answering, but i'm confused. I wanted to install laptop-mode-tools to tweak a bit the powermanagement -nd it was at the end of the installation of laptop-mode-tools-openrc that i was asked ot add saned to default a. Cfr. https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Laptop-mode-tools

It has nothing to do with the installation of a scanner ... ????