<castilma>with certain packages guix build uses all memory and the pi starts thrashing. I can barely use the terminal when that happens. it ends with the oom killer doing its thing after a few minutes and a failed build process.
<dustyweb>someothernick: I tried a bit, I didn't get much to work; I did have communication with Travis, the author in that video, and they sent me their software, but it was all kind of helter-skelter tied in with Dragon and a bunch of other hacks
<someothernick>dustyweb: :( thanks for the warning, I guess I'll just get more padding
<dustyweb>getting a good keyboard, doing daily stretching exercises, and limiting keyboard use during recovery especially have all been key for me
<dustyweb>also typing breaks; workrave is a great help
<roelj>I'm getting "guix system: error: service 'xorg-server' provided more than once" when I'm reconfiguring my system. 'xorg-server' is not in my services list directly, so how can I find out what is adding 'xorg-server'?
<anon-iRp3xA>Hi #guix, I'm currently trying out GuixSD for the first time, and installed in a VM (Virtualbox). Got 2 questions at this point: When I boot, after the kernel has been selected in the grub menu, I get the error message `error: no such device "/dev/sda4"`, /dev/sda4 is where I have my root filesystem, this error message however disappears then and the systems boots, runs and seems to work just fine.
<cbaines>anon-iRp3xA, Hey, does your system configuration (the (operating-system ... thing) say anything about /dev/sda4?
<cbaines>anon-iRp3xA, also, out of interest, how did you go about installing GuixSD in Virtualbox?
<anon-iRp3xA>I got it set under (operating-system (file-systems ...)), is that what you mean?
<anon-iRp3xA>To install it on Virtualbox I converted the offered image from the website, then converted it with `vboxmanage`, booted from the resulting vdi (as second master), and installed it from there on sda/first master driver :)
<cbaines>anon-iRp3xA, maybe, I don't know too much about the early boot process
<cbaines>I'm glad that it seems to be working for you :)
<anon-iRp3xA>Yeah so far using the install works really well, it's just that this error message confuses me, especially since it seems to run fine :) Thought there might be some other obvious minor error I missed.
<anon-iRp3xA>I also tried to set up (file-system (device "...")) by partition label which I set with `e2label`, but doing that it fails to boot.