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It looks like the daemon is automatically started when you run fwupdmgr. VL812_B2.firmware VL812 B2 Firmware 7 com.8bitdo.fc30.firmware FC30 8 com.8bitdo.fc30arcade.firmware FC30 Joystick 9 com.8bitdo.fc30pro.firmware FC30 Pro 10 com.8bitdo.nes30.firmware NES30 11 com.8bitdo.nes30pro.firmware NES30 Pro 12 com.8bitdo.sfc30.firmware SFC30 13 com.8bitdo.snes30.firmware SNES30 14 uefi124c207d.firmware XPS 15 9550/Precision 5510 System Update 15 uefi293af847.firmware Opti Plex 3050 System Update 16 uefi33773727.firmware XPS 13 9350 System Update 17 uefi3c20b9e1.firmware Opti Plex 7450 AIO System Update 18 uefi43ca3264.firmware Opti Plex 7440 AIO System Update 19 uefi48af7d21.firmware XPS 13 9360 System Update 20 uefi49e03513.firmware Latitude E5X80 System Update 21 uefi4fed6c9d.firmware Opti Plex 7050 System Update 22 uefi8080d214.firmware Opti Plex 5050 System Update 23 uefi8b7b32a7.firmware Latitude E5X80 System Update 24 uefia0a3aa54.firmware Embedded Box PC 5000 System Update 25 uefiaee2604a.firmware Embedded Box PC 3000 System Update 26 uefib566a9b1.firmware Opti Plex 5250 AIO System Update 27 uefid69fed57.firmware Opti Plex 3050 AIO System Update 28 uefie0f614ed.firmware Edge Gateway 5000/5100 System Update 29 com.hughski. That rules out the common stuff that people have mentioned recently. Boot0002 Linux Boot Manager HD(1, GPT,817c2879-6db0-4b33-bec1-62ce7756cab4,0x800,0x100000)/File(\EFI\systemd\systemd-bootx64.efi) Boot0003* Linux Boot Manager HD(1, GPT,9f131103-0d0e-47cc-8f4b-a56d2a2b6ade,0x800,0x100000)/File(\EFI\systemd\systemd-bootx64.efi) $ tree /esp /esp ├── EFI │ ├── arch │ │ ├── │ │ ├── │ │ ├── │ │ └── vmlinuz-linux │ ├── BOOT │ │ └── BOOTX64.