This not Archlinux 🙂, start with that.
To find the right path to any packagefile, use pkgfile, your ~/.bashrc already has an alias for it, :pf, so for this case, make sure to point to the right path of nologin:
core/util-linux 2.32.1-1 /sbin/nologin
not sure to understand ... should I replace the path to nologin into /etc/passwd file, from /usr/bin/nologin to /sbin/nologin ???
Are you actually running KaOS? Are you editing those kind of files by hand? No default KaOS install will have that in /etc/passwd:
What is the output of pacman -Qm?
Yes, I am running KaOS. I usually do not edit those files. I find on the web that someone did, even on WikiArch.
But with Plex I did not edit those files.
Perhaps I have to say that Plex works great with no problem at all.
mrcrowley But what does all this have to do with Plex?
You install and run the service, add it to autostart and roughly everything.
# systemctl enable --now plexmediaserver.service
majoballs But what does all this have to do with Plex?
Nothing. OP decided to basically break his/her install by editing very important files with things stated on the web, ignoring the needs of a working KaOS.
mrcrowley pwck: user 'plex': program '/usr/bin/nologin' does not exist
as write up before
Check it out at https://forums.plex.tv/t/plex-for-archlinux-available/35029/22
majoballs Thank you !!! It solves the problem !!!
demm Who he is it ??
I said that I read on the web some things but I did not edit that files !!!!
mrcrowley I do not know what problem but it's cool