<Apteryx>Oh, not so fast; search-paths are also used by the build systems.
<janneke>OriansJ: simplify compiler, easy way out -- that sounds great! :-) I'll have a look at your label/stage0 assembler solution, thanks!!!
<Apteryx>And I know the profile builder would look at search-paths to build for example the python library in the profile, but this is because we define a PYTHONPATH search-path. I don't see an EMACSLOADPATH defined anywhere.
<Apteryx>rekado: And how does those out/%install-suffix/elpa-version-name folders end up in our profile? Does the profile build simply create the union of everything? (every out/share folder would be recursively joined for example?)
<Apteryx>Looks like it would be handled by a function named union-build?
<snape>I haven't been able to watch a movie recently without my computer (X200 libreboot) to freeze for about 30 seconds and then reboot. Has anyone experienced the same thing? Linux 4.11.0, VLC and mpv
<reepca>the /usr/local/bin/guix comes from the binary install instructions
<rekado>reepca: this means that Guile 2.0 tries to load Guile 2.2 objects.
<rekado>reepca: if /usr/local/bin/guix was installed by running ‘sudo make install’… then you may want to overwrite it.
<rekado>you can get rid of these errors by replacing the installed Guix with a newly configured one.
<rekado>or you could do without a global Guix and just use it per user.
<reepca>hm, according to the install instructions it's actually a link to /var/guix/profiles/per-user/root/guix-profile/bin/guix, but apparently root is still on guile 2.0. What are the requirements for "guix pull" to switch to 2.2 again?
<rekado>reepca: you would just need to ‘guix pull’ as root then.
<thomassgn>anyone else get "Error: This version of PyQt5 and the commercial version of Qt have incompatible licenses"? I have a hunch this is from jupyter or some such, but not sure how to fix. Found some forum posts about it and the "fix" is to remove the license check from the configure script...
<brendyyn>I think I don't know but a few qt5 things seem to be nonfree
<kmicu>civodul: I’m deeply sorry for confusing you: after ‘mv ~/.conkeror.mozdev.org ~/.conkeror.mozdev.org.bak’ conkeror/firefox still gives OCSP warning. I was misled by gnu.org defaulting to http:// version. :/
<Barnsey>Hi all, am having trouble with a backtrace error. How to fix guix if it cant pull?
<SovereignBleak>Alright I'm going back to watching the last episode of The Expanse. I've never used an encrypted partition scheme before and your config otherwise looks in line with my own. The best I could offer is to remove all the window managers but one (like i3-wm) and see if that mitigates your initial build time. Ping me if for some reason everyone else here far more
<help_vampire>oh, thanks for ping. The only reason I'm wanting to avoid doing barebones then adding stuff later is because I wanted full disk encryption, and I'm unsure how that might affect (..effect?) things.
<help_vampire>quiliro: Ok, or not! Yeah, you're right. I'm also not sure how I should be partitioning my machine, which is BIOS. I just went dev/sda1 root, sda2 home, sda3 swap.. I don't know if I needed boot or not, for some reason I thought BIOS didn't
<help_vampire>Oh, perfect. Then I don't need to restart :) I am installing a very barebones right now, no ecnryption, just to see how things go. From what I've been told it shouldn't take more than an hour.
<help_vampire>quiliro: and the partition name should match the arguement of target in my .scm file? I know you haven't done the encryption route yet, but maybe you know this
<help_vampire>I just hope when I do encrypt that my mapped devices function is correct
<quiliro>help_vampire: i don't know if that affects the encryption....but i know target is supposed to be the label name.....but have uuid too...so i don't know if you need both...check an example scm with encryption...there must be in the manual
<destt>I've done the totally impractical and installed guix on the C.H.I.P. Pro
<quiliro>you can use another machine to install....all you have to do (if you do not specify another architecture) is make sure both machines are 32bit or 64 bit
<help_vampire>quiliro: will do, thanks. All of my intuition tells me it should be the same as what I set the root partition label too, but I trust that the guide wouldn't add unnecassary confusion as well.
<help_vampire>yes, it tells me the sha256 has should've been something other than what it ws, then list a bunch of cannot build derivations "gnu/store/... : 1 dependcies couldn't be built, then at the bottom says guix system error: build failed then the package
<help_vampire>civodul: Is there a faster way to paste the error than typing every character? Would a picture of the screen work?