Thanks a lot for the direction.It does get weirder:[foppe@arch ~]$ sudo pacman -Qo /etc/grub.d/00_header
error: No package owns /etc/grub.d/00_headerI'm pretty sure the file belongs to grub2 (or associated packages). But I'll back them up and see if the system survives the update of grub2.
I'm trying to get a tcl script running. The script requires htmlparse.tcl which I have found. That script requires at least one other. So I might end up with a handful of .tcl files. My question is: where in the Arch file hierarchy would I put those files so they are found magically.I looked at some PKGFILES but found no clue there.
Assuming that /etc/systemd/system/macchanger@.service is exactly as provided on that wiki page, use systemctl and/or journalctl to investigate why it failed, just as you would with any other failing systemd service.