<zybell_>normally it is renamed to something like grub.conf.old before overwrite (which didnt happen for some reason). cat /<tab><tab> on the GRUB command line should provide you with filenames. Running cat on a file should help you find if its right. If its right running config on it should load its menu/boot directly.
<rekado_>castilma: check your environment variables. This is on a foreign distro, I assume, so you have to make sure that your environment settings don’t lead to Guix things loading plugins or libraries from the host system.
<civodul>could you "ulimit -c unlimited" and re-run "make"?
<rekado_>I asked on the bazel mailing list if there’s a minimal set of Java dependencies that are sufficient to build a minimal version of Bazel; the response is: these 60+ jar already *are* the minimal set.
<civodul>if it were only Java dependencies and if we had a recursive Maven importer that works well, perhaps we could get close to that
<rekado_>a maven importer would help, but we’d also need a good maven build system.
<rekado_>doing this with the ant-build-system is hopeless.
<rekado_>the maven build system would need to create a temporary local maven repository in the build environment; this needs a way to map Guix package names to maven identifiers/paths.
<rekado_>it’s not very complicated, but we need to figure out the best way to make this work, e.g. by adding a property to all java packages.
<zybell_>If I had that bazel problem I would do: Get a working bazel somewhere (not necessarily guix) build tensorflow with it while recording the executed programs by whatever means(strace -e exec,wrapper scripts,...)necessary,sort the executed programs by pattern,rewrite patterns to make-rules,write a makefile from it,test it for same order of executed progs,debug kinks.
<zybell_>Then add that makefile to the tensorflow package(as patch if needed)and package.