<alezost>if you mean to use it as a manager of user services
<yenda->alezost: you remember my problem with an ati radeon ? It seems like there is a fix (not for 3D but for radeon pilot not to crash at least), I have the patch running at home but hydra was so slow I'll see the result when I come back
<tennix>i just installed postgresql with guix on centos and wanted to manage postgres with dmd
<alezost>yenda-: yes, I remember. I hope that patch will fix this issue
<tennix>and i also installed dmd using guix, but there seems no dmdconf.scm file in ~/.guix-profile
<tennix>now, i just wondering what permission should i set to ~/.dmd.d/run directory
<tennix>i'll check the manual for some more details
<alezost>tennix: I have 700 permission on that dir
<amz3>Sorry for the noise. thx, I understand the use of dmd. I was wondering whether there was other use, like a supervisor replacement, but anyway I don't have interest in that feature. I could use it for emacs daemon though.
<amz3>well, my database is more like a long dream I have. It could work with SQLite or other. It's just that I'd like hopefully to lower the barrier of entry for building such p2p apps from guile avoiding sql databases
<amz3>a lot people are interested in this kind of project
<xentrac>I'm going to postpone worrying about it for a while :)
<xentrac>hmm, I'm still trying to figure out how to get 0.8.1 to become runnable. `./configure && make && make install` completed successfully and has created a guix-daemon binary, but did not create /gnu or /usr/local/bin/guix or anything. I guess now I run guix-daemon or something?
<xentrac>I expected `make install` to install a `guix` command
<xentrac>`make check` hasn't finished yet but it seems to be compiling diffutils
<xentrac>yeah, so `make check` finishes and everything passes
<xentrac>INSTALL says to use ./configure && make && make install, but it's just the standard autoconf INSTALL file. there's now a /usr/local/var/guix/daemon-socket/socket
<davexunit>because now they have N versions of a library that has been discovered to contain a vulnerability, and they are now dependent upon the maintainers of *each* application that statically linked that library to update their application.
<davexunit>and even discovering which applications statically link a compromised library can be difficult.