<snape>usually people don't have this bug because nscd provides the module
<kyamashita>Other packagers: How does one deal with the "ld" binary not finding libraries like "-lpthread", "-ldl", and "-lc"? I'm close to packaging a Free Pascal bootstrap compiler, but I'm stuck here.
<Apteryx>Each python inputs would have set their PYTHONPATH that way since the python build system borrows the native-search-paths phase from the gnu build system; hence the PYTHONPATH is populated with all the site-packages locations of the different python inputs.
<buenouanq>Know of any trick to make it boot to the usb? I've got a blinking questionmark folder now - Only way I know of to get past it is to reinstall OSX from disk, install refind, then start over. Quite annoying, tedious, and time consuming (;-___-)
<efraim>There's a magic key to being up a boot device choices menu, not just c for cd
<civodul>CONFIG_SHELL is honored by Autoconf-generated configure scripts
<lfam>civodul: It was my "day job". Although I had also reduced the number of patches I reviewed as well. The number of contributions seems to have increased A LOT in the past month or so. I'm hoping to grow more reviewers :)
<lfam>If there's time, it would be nice for all the Guix hackers at FOSDEM to discuss the work-load :)
<ng0>I think I asked this before, but does it matter when I review? the commiter has to review anyway before commiting
<lfam>ng0: I think that reviews from non-committers are valuable, especially when you describe if and how you tested the patch. For example, saying "I built this package and it seems to work in my limited testing" is very useful information.