<ryanprior>Are there any functional build systems written in Guile?
<ryanprior>Who's using Guile to build your software instead of make & co?
<zybell>Setting back the mtime for repro has possibly an unintended consequence : Nowadays most programs (nginx included?)check mtime to skip reload of conffiles. *Old* conffiles may be skipped. nckx davidl buenouanq
<nckx>I'm not familiar with the nginx code, but I don't immediately see any indication of that.
<lfam>mbakke: Did you have to do anything special to use loginctl unprivileged? When I make it a global package on a headless system, it complains when I try `loginctl reboot`: Failed to execute operation: The name org.freedesktop.login1 was not provided by any .service files
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<asdasd>How do I install GuixSD with a blobbed kernel? I found a config.scm for this on Github, but does things with SHA256 hashes for firmware and other kernel components that I don't understand.
<asdasd>I've asked them several times over the past few months. I solved something that was wrong in the documentation and it never got updated/
<bill-auger>to be clear, your problem is that you are trying to do something that is not supporeted or endorsed by any of the various projects you are combining
<janneke>asdasd: your wifi card needs proprietary software?
<asdasd>I'm trying to figure out if I need a SOIC-8 or SOIC-16 clip for my T400's flash chip. Unfortunately, they don't give any way to find that out except cracking the whole thing open down to that chip. I'm going to do that anyways, but I need the laptop in the meantime.
<asdasd>So I can only open it once, and the advised method for finding out if the flashchip is 4mb or 8mb doesn't work at all (flashrom even gives a warning that it doesn't work on laptops! had to solve that myself).
<mbakke>IIUC recent IceCat only uses ffmpeg, so in theory all codecs supported by ffmpeg should work.
<mbakke>In Chromium I had to pass "enable_proprietary_codecs" and "ffmpeg_branding=Chrome" to prevent it from arbitrarily restricting the supported formats of system ffmpeg, maybe something similar is going on here.