Sorry I didn't mention it before, I had already done that.
╭─[email protected] in ~ took 20ms
[🔴] × sudo libinput-gestures-setup service
[sudo] password for austin:
Non-installation commands must be run as your own user.
╭─[email protected] in ~ took 1s
[🔴] × libinput-gestures-setup service
Systemd not available, can not run as service.
Maintainer: Librewish <[email protected]>
pkgdesc="Metapkg for commonly used input devices such as fingerprint sensors or Wacom tablets"
pkgdesc="Meta package for input devices support."
optdepends=('piper: GTK application to configure gaming mice'
'antimicrox: GUI for mapping keyboard keys to controller'
'plasma-thunderbolt: Plasma integration for managing Thunderbolt devices')
install -d $pkgdir/etc/xdg/autostart
cp -rf $srcdir/libinput-gestures.desktop $pkgdir/etc/xdg/autostart
cp -rf $srcdir/libinput-gestures.desktop $pkgdir/etc/xdg/autostart in the install script seems to do the autostart stuff, but even after a reboot it doesn't work.
When I tried to do it manually( cp -rf $srcdir/libinput-gestures.desktop $pkgdir/etc/xdg/autostart), it seems that $srcdir/libinput-gestures.desktop doesn't exist,.
Then I checked /etc/xdg/autostart and there I found libinput-gestures.desktop file which was a symlink and pointed to /home/main-builder/pkgwork/libinput-gestures.desktop, which too didn't exist.
But if it doesn't work for me it shouldn't either work with other curated editions. Is it that you install it some other way or is it that I am missing some steps
Double fail on your part for not providing all the required information on your issue. You've been a member of the forum for a long time and you should be well aware of what is required when opening a help request.
Go to your room without dinner, and I'm cutting off your wifi access for the night as well. Let that be a lesson to you.