<Apteryx>I have a list of regexps, and a list of strings to string-match with those regexps. What construct should I use? So far I have something like a for-each and map/string-match... but there might be something more tailored for this use case?
<rekado_>I get this error when trying to use “guix system container config.scm”: guix system: error: service 'file-system-/sys/fs/cgroup/elogind' requires 'file-system-/sys/fs/cgroup', which is not provided by any service
<catonano_>I have an important announcement: I managed to install GuixSD on my laptop !!
<ugoday>yep, with xset it works. Is there any easy way to do xset +fp /path/to/fonts for all fonts already installed?
<jmd>Well the fonts should be in the profile. So I suppose xset +fp ~/.guix-profile/wherever should work.
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<efraim>Looks my test failure in coreutils on aarch64 is known upstream and patched
<efraim>I can probably work around it with parallel-tests? #f
<katco>i'm receiving a backtrace/error when attempting to perform various options with guix. this began after performing a pull sometime last week. couldn't find any reference to this on the mailing lists; can anyone help me get back to a good version?
<Apteryx>katco: I'm not sure how to recover from guix failures when using "guix pull" (if ever this command fails). What I know would work is to checkout guix from git, build it there, and use it using the ./pre-inst-env script.
<Apteryx>OK. I might go that route after I'm completely satisfied with my /etc/config.scm.
<jackknife>Is it possible to compile programs locally? like seperate from guix
<jackknife>I have the most specific issue atm. Everything works surprisingly well on my laptop but apparently some guix magic goes on when it comes to lisp. It ends up using an old ASDF version and basically makes quicklisp worthless
<jackknife>So I'm trying to figure out if I need to compile it locally with its seperate asdf version or some make an editted version of the gnu build-asdf thing
<ng0>I think I was wrong about eventlet being a part of python