Find-the-command

hi, anyone can tell me how to turn of find-the-command option when we enter a wrong command it asks to search in repo and i want it to be turned of.

sudo pacman -Rs find-the-command-git find-the-command
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you want my system info?

Everyone does, it's part of the guidelines for creating a thread :slight_smile:, do try to run that command to remove the package(s) that you don't want.

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i cannot remove find-the-command-git required by garuda-fish-config

You can try sudo pacman -Rdd find-the-command-git to skip dependency check.

Edit: I forgot to add another d before.

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same response from pacman

i think you skiped d .. -Rd did not worked and -Rdd worked

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but its still here. find-the-command-git removed and find-the-command is still installed. when i try to remove it . pacman says target not found: find-the-command

Yes, I did forget a d :man_facepalming: You only had find-the-command-git, the non -git version was not installed, and so cannot remove what isn't there. You can reboot to get rid of any active timer now.

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okay thank you

If you've solved the issue upon reboot, please mark the solution, so the thread can be closed.

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okay its don but now upon starting alacritty it gives error for its file. source: Error encountered while sourcing file "/usr/share/doc/find-the-command/ftc.fish":
no such file or directory. how to get rid of this?

Remove the line referencing find-the-command{-git} inside fish config, comment out or delete it.

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where is that fish config? im also looking for it

config.fish is somewhere in your home directory. This is the line to remove/comment out:

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thanks problem solved

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We mark here the solution, not the implementation.

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