<pkill9>bavier`: oh it might have been this line: "The GNU Hurd is not suitable for production use, and we don't know if it ever will be. The capability-based design has problems that result directly from the flexibility of the design, and it is not clear whether solutions exist." - https://www.gnu.org/gnu/thegnuproject.en.html
<Exagone313>I might not have the same init available to each kernel (didn't look into that yet, not sure how monolithic some projects are), there isn't any problem related to Guix itself right? I'll need to be able to install particular files depending to the environment (kernel, init-like...) I have I guess, is that possible with Guix?
<Exagone313>or would it need different package version? or worse, a different repository per environment?
<rekado_>Exagone313: what I wrote is unrelated to containers and also unrelated to installing packages in separate directories.
<vagrantc>Exagone313: i would think guix would be easier than many of your use-cases, as you basically just build all the software and then can pick and choose exactly which pieces you're using for a given system configuration
<Exagone313>I'll read more docs, try GuixSD, and I'll be back for when I start making my OS, when I'll know the docs. Thanks for your help, now I might really use Guix.
<buenouanq>If you're anything like a lot of us, you might just find that GuixSD is exactly and everything you've ever wanted~
<atw>chewzerita: thank you! I'm super excited to use that
<chewzerita>atw: clojure development on guixsd is basically nonexistent at the moment, so I wanted to fix that
<chewzerita>For anyone reading the logs: the reason it cannot find the package is because the package definition had some sort of error (probably only effects syntax errors) in it, and just silently fails. Double check to make sure everything is correct!
<mbakke>adfeno: AFAIK none of that applies to Chromium.
<mbakke>There are blobs (flash, DRM) and nonfree sources (unrar..!), but they are stripped out with a source 'snippet'.
<mbakke>dustyweb: The main issue now is that the "Web Store" is visible. Installing from it is not allowed without a special variable, but it's still possible for an unsuspecting user to stumble into it.
<dustyweb>mbakke: it seems like it's very unlikely for that to be a problem then
<dustyweb>it's also possible for me, as an unsuspecting user, to stumble upon many websites which advocate me installing nonfree software
<dustyweb>it seems like it would be ideal, then, if we can reduce that risk of users bumping into it but