<Inops>Hi all. I'm trying to install GuixSD in a qemu VM, and I've got to the point in the manual where it tells you to run "herd start cow-store /mnt". The machine replies "herd: service 'cow-store' could not be found". Any idea of what is causing this?
<Inops>OriansJ: yes, looks very similar. I used the QEMU image listed on the Downloads page though though, rather than the straight ISO, following the instructions about installing it in a VM (which links you to follow the general installation instructions). I imagine this is something to do with my problem?
<OriansJ>Inops: the QEMU image is already setup. You need only update the configuration.scm and apply it to the system
<Inops>OriansJ: ah...ok. The maunal (which is linked underneath the VM image) isn't clear: it says "You’re now root in the VM, proceed with the installation process. See Preparing for Installation, and follow the instructions."
<OriansJ>Inops: I believe that is a bug we need to correct to prevent future similiar confusion. Thank you for bringing this to our attention Inops
<efraim>I think I got the pine64 booting, I copied /boot/efi/EFI/grub/grubaa64.efi to /boot/efi/EFI/boot/bootaa64.efi and I got the grub launcher and the start of booting, and then the screen resolution changed to a black screen
<snape>It seems like the certbot service can't handle several domains within the same certificate.
<rekado>they wanted to get an explanation of what HPC is and what it is used for in life sciences; what problems there are with reproducibility in this context; how Guix solves these problems; and what I can say about the progress the Guix HPC project has made in the past six months.
<bavier`>rekado: do you recall why our julia package requires the "objconv" source?