<svetlana>for some reason it still outputs the things from package manager into its own console, not the console on the host OS, so that I loose ability to read them (unless I perhaps send them to file on there)
<svetlana>I'll have a look at qemu support means and return later
<civodul>DusXMT: this is terrible, could you try to gather more info, like what happens before the kernel panic?
***civodul changes topic to 'GNU Guix --- http://gnu.org/s/guix/ --- 0.7 is in the works: https://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/guix-devel/2014-05/msg00110.html --- testing needed: http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/guix-devel/2014-06/msg00154.html --- come eat our dog food! :-)'
<DusXMT>civodul: the screen is too small, it scrolled off, only leaving me with "init died". I already reformatted and reinstanted the system, so unfortunately no.
<davexunit>civodul: oh, neat. didn't know about it. all the cool GNU stuff happens in europe.
<DusXMT>civodul: Hmm, I think I got the same problem again, and it doesn't seem hardware related
<DusXMT>If I try to run any program, like `ls', I get "no such file or directrory", even if it exists
<DusXMT>I bet if I reboot, I'll get the panic again
<DusXMT>this happened the second time already, when trying to install man-db, during the operation, I get "/gnu/store/yadayadayada-guix-0.6.20b1d19/libexec/guix/substitute-binary': No such file or directory, and it starts misbehaving