<iyzsong>quiliro: I don't think so. could you get the dmesg from the guixsd live usb (or any booted linux, if that's easier)? also when boot guixsd failed from harddisk, the message before enter the prompt (looking for 'ata', 'scsi' and 'sd'), and the contents of '/proc/modules'.
<iyzsong>I think some kernel modules are missing or not working, so there is no '/dev/sda' when the booting phase try to mount it.
<quiliro>iyzsong: i don't understand what you ask me to do
<iyzsong>quiliro: first after you boot the guixsd live usb (or any other linux), paste the output of 'dmesg' (to paste.lisp.org etc. and send the link here)
<iyzsong>quiliro: then at the prompt when failed to boot guixsd from harddisk, use SHIFT+PageUP to scroll up the console to see if there are interesting message contains 'ahci', 'ata' and 'sd' (it should report the found disks, same as dmesg).
<iyzsong>also, at the prompt, see the contents of 'cat /proc/modules'. so we can compare it with the working one.
<efraim>the outlet seems to have dried and no lasting damage seems to be done, which is always good
<efraim>I also realized that installing guixsd on a cloud provider over their image should be pretty easy since the store is in /gnu/store and you can cherry-pick out the parts of /etc and /var that stay behind after the switch
<efraim>so there's no pivot_root or running the installer in ram or anything wierd like that
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<petter>Is anyone else having issue with disabled external keyboard?
<petter>I haven't had this problem before. It has happened twice now with bitcoin-qt running. Turning this program off enabled my keyboard again.
<quiliro>when I modify your config.scm, I don't know if I should define on the grub section the current device or the device that it becomes when I remove the live usb, when I boot with the live usb, the hard disk is sdb. and when i reboot with the hard disk, i suppose the hard disk becomes sdb
<quiliro>when I modify MY config.scm, I don't know if I should define on the grub section the current device or the device that it becomes when I remove the live usb, when I boot with the live usb, the hard disk is sdb. and when i reboot with the hard disk, i suppose the hard disk becomes sdb
<quiliro>sorry...my text is wrong.please let me repost
<htgoebel>Have you tired using a disk/partition-label?
<quiliro>When I modify my config.scm, I don't know if I should define on the grub section the current device or the device that it becomes when I boot without the live usb. When I boot with the live usb, the hard disk is sdb. And when I reboot with the hard disk, I suppose the hard disk becomes sda.
<iyzsong>quiliro: no, the modules are same. but the initrd contains module for your usb disk (so it's sda), after the mount phase, it load services from usb, the udevd will load needed modules from usb (all linux modules are in store, but only some are in initrd), so your harddisk is recognized now (as sdb).
<ng0>i don't know much about guix system for image creation, but i assume it is created with the command displayed in the manual + some make line in the git repository
<quiliro>after a year of 6 tryes installing Guixsd
<ng0>so providing binaries with the current size of hydra won't always work
<quiliro>ng0: i dont understand why....please be kind to explain
<ng0>somebody else has to, i don't know much about the image creation to be 100% certain of what I write.
<ng0>i'm still searching for the optimal new solution for my servers, and as i want to include gnunet, idk it might be possible to snapshot the cache one a month or so, move it to a directory /pub/guix/hydra-$time and recursively share this on directory in gnunet somehow, only integrating this into guix to make it pull this way is testing ground.
<quiliro>I have to combine my desktop.scm with babe-bones.scm ... what is the fastes way?
<quiliro>I have to combine my desktop.scm with babe-bones.scm ... what is the fastest way?
<davexunit>turns out it was pretty easy to make a web UI
<alezost>suitsmeveryfine: isn't it intended? look at "se-fi-ir209.map.gz" file: it is very small. I don't really know how all this stuff works, but to me it looks like it should be loaded after se-ir209
<alezost>anyway, what I like with loadkeys, is that you can make your own map file and just use it
<suitsmeveryfine>Hi! I'm trying to build a package from a git checkout, inside the guix environment, but the build command results in everything being downloaded, including an old version of linux-libre.