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Re: Improve your browsing experience with Profile-sync-daemon!
« Reply #60 on: 05. May 2016, 17:32:21 »
the new commands are
psd p for checking the status
systemctl --user enable psd
systemctl --user start psd

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Profile-sync-daemon#Start_and_stop_psd
To enable overlayfs you need to edit sudoers as root, visudo doesn't work well, but you can try
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# visudo -f /etc/sudoersand add
username ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/psd-overlay-helper
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Re: Improve your browsing experience with Profile-sync-daemon!
« Reply #61 on: 05. May 2016, 17:45:00 »
I have done what you told me to do, but no luck.

[richard@richard ~]$ systemctl --user enable psd
[richard@richard ~]$ systemctl --user start psd
[richard@richard ~]$ psd p
 This version of psd does not support /etc/psd.conf since it runs as your user.
 Recommend that you remove /etc/psd.conf and run it in systemd's user mode:
   systemd --user <action> psd.service

And visudo says no. ;)
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Re: Improve your browsing experience with Profile-sync-daemon!
« Reply #62 on: 05. May 2016, 17:51:12 »
do you have ~/.config/psd/psd.conf ?
you can use nano as root to edit /etc/sudoers
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Re: Improve your browsing experience with Profile-sync-daemon!
« Reply #63 on: 05. May 2016, 18:05:59 »
I started all over again, since FF has been fresh installed, but after installing psd this happens.

$ sudo systemctl enable psd.service psd-resync.service
Failed to execute operation: No such file or directory

I have a psd.conf and filled it with the lines as told in the first post.

PSD has to be started in user mode (no sudo):
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systemctl enable --user psd.service
Overlay mode doesn't work here, so I just use the normal mode which is fine enough.
« Last Edit: 05. May 2016, 18:15:44 by torvic9 »
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Re: Improve your browsing experience with Profile-sync-daemon!
« Reply #64 on: 05. May 2016, 18:07:54 »
Hi Eugen,

Yes, I have a .config/psd/psd.conf, but no browser is commented out, there is a # in front of every one.

I edited etc/sudoers with gedit.

I think I have to remove etc/psd.conf since it seems obsolete?

Edit: I've removed etc/psd.conf and added firefox in .config, and I think I'm getting somewhere.
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Re: Improve your browsing experience with Profile-sync-daemon!
« Reply #65 on: 05. May 2016, 18:31:59 »
No, don't comment them out, you need a line
BROWSERS="firefox"
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Re: Improve your browsing experience with Profile-sync-daemon!
« Reply #66 on: 05. May 2016, 18:35:01 »
Oh. okay, I did both.  ;D
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