<Apteryx>I'm almost there generating the manpages of the udisks package, but I'm still struggling with xsltproc errors (references to manpages are missing), for example: "Error: no ID for constraint linkend: udisksd.8.". The full output of the makefile generating the manpages is available here: http://paste.lisp.org/display/330779.
<Apteryx>I'd be curious to have a debian machine to build the package there, to see if I would be affected by the same issue or not.
<davexunit>paroneayea: we're gonna need to step up our encryption game *a lot*
<Digit>i relogged in to apply my /etc/passwd changes, so fish is my default shell, but fish tells me tmux is an unknown command, i had been just using it. i reinstall it anyway, n still tells me. so i check echo $PATH, n it shows merely /run/current-system/profile/bin
<Digit>did i put the wrong path to fish in /etc/passwd or something?
<Digit>oh, says that's all that's in my path from bash too. how come i cant run anything anymore (tmux, emacs, all say not found). should my PATH be merely that^? was editing /etc/passwd a bad move? (saw no chsh, didnt know how else). erm... what /should/ i be asking? :3
<Digit>ah, yup, changing it back to same as root's, n all executables are found working again. i must have put in the wrong result from locate bin/fish. *shrug* pls correct me if that sounds like the wrong inference
<Digit>inputting to /etc/passwd the line from whereis fish, had same not-found results.
<janneke>...just one file [web/server/http.go] to a reproducible guile build, so it seemed
<janneke>i set parallel-build? to #f and i get many more different .go files?! weird
<Digit>ACTION thinks he just needs to make a fishrc
<efraim>I was thinking about the wip-guile-ssh (or whatever its called) and I wonder how hard it would be to pass the offloading through tor. I love how each tor-service has a static IP and is routable whenever its connected to the internets
<quigonjinn>I have a WIP patch series, which includes software for circuit simulation. I want to include https://xyce.sandia.gov/ , which does provide the source only via mail registration. I contacted the developers and they told me that I should host it myself, due to their management not being willing to host a mirror. Any recommendations for hosting, so that it will be acceptable for guix?