One example: mpg321
Another example: cdparanoia
That's the good thing about virtualenvs: If they get messed up, you just kill it and create a new one.
Ah, it's not Fedora.
It's my virtualenv that's messed up.
Does it really need to run after each restart?
The service that calls this is set to run after each start:
After=snap-nextcloud-24074.mount network.target snapd.apparmor.service
Ok, let's see:
Snap install puts those files in
There are 6 scripts there:
(Specially since I think this is the thing that is freezing my NextCloud from time to time.)
"fixes" is a list of "fixes" that should be run after the install.
One of them is "update".
Honestly, it makes no sense to keep running this in a cron-like fashion.
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