*Sleep_Walker used unshare to move /tmp for builders and feels dirty now
<duncankl>I'm off to sleep, too bad our timezones have minimal overlap :(
<duncankl>next steps are probably tweaking the kernel module list, so many combinations to try
<taylanub>nmap defines make directives like install-nmap, install-ndiff, install-zenmap etc., so I'm thinking of replacing the normal 'install' phase with one that runs e.g. 'make prefix=blah install-nmap', 'make prefix=blub install-zenmap', etc. to separate the outputs; is this a good idea?
<civodul>taylanub: it may be a good idea, but you'll have to make sure that the binaries installed don't record the "wrong" prefix
<civodul>(it's customary to have the configure-time prefix recorded in binaries, via some cpp definition in a .h file, for instance)
<taylanub>jmd: many distros offer several GCC releases, though I'm not sure why. or do you mean different builds of the same version?
<jmd>Yeah, but it seems that different things actually depend on different versions.
<civodul>4.8 is the build compiler; 4.9 is the one that users want; and 4.7 is there for "historical reasons"
<alezost>I'm currently on GNU/Guix system and am trying to build guix from git, but ./bootstrap fails with "configure.ac:55: error: possibly undefined macro: PKG_CHECK_MODULES If this token and others are legitimate, please use m4_pattern_allow." Did I miss to install some tool?