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comment dmesg filled with audits every minute from cron
Thank you for pointing me to that thread! They seem to have the same problem as I do. I don't have audit installed either. I'll follow the thread and see what happens.
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Thank you. However, SELinux is not installed on my system. I'm running Arch Linux in case it matters.
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@adrianmcmenamin It appears with all commands I've tried. Not using cronie is not an option.
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comment What to do after cancelled “rm -rf /usr/” on Arch?
It turns out that only a couple packages (kdebase-runtime kdeutils-kwallet make mercurial oxygen-icons-svg xorg-server-common xorg-server-devel) contained those 8000 files. I reinstalled them successfully using --force and am again reinstalling all the packages with your first command now.
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comment What to do after cancelled “rm -rf /usr/” on Arch?
All of those files except for four lie in /usr/. Most exist, though.
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comment What to do after cancelled “rm -rf /usr/” on Arch?
I tried to reinstall everything with your first command and ended up with 8000 lines of "xorg-server-devel: /usr/include/xorg/xorg-server.h exists in filesystem" (with different package names and filenames). pacman -Qo says that no package owns those files.