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<OriansJ``>I find it interesting so few people in this community care about how to improve the situation of discrimination against those who are not neurotypical or is it fear that one might be labeled for having any perspective contrary.
<OriansJ``>Stingy_Japanese: It was the topic of discussion on #guix-COC-discussion about how the Code of Conduct could be discriminate against those who have low EQ or are non-neurotypical and what could be done to improve the situation as was anounced on guix to ensure broader community engagement.
<lyr3>hey, I installed icecat under guixsd but it just not open
<lyr3>I would like to remove it and reinstall but as you know it just resymlink the previous installed icecat
<lyr3>there is any way to (purge) icecat then reinstall or even force install
<apteryx`>Hello! debbuging `guix offload', continued :)
<apteryx`>anyone is welcome to jump on the bandwagon ;)
<vagrantc>the only way i could get offloading to work was specifying --max-jobs=0
<vagrantc>seems a bit counter-intuitive to me, though
<apteryx`>I'm stuck before reaching this interesting point.
<apteryx`>I get: guix offload: error: build failed: program `guix-authenticate' failed with exit code 1
<apteryx`>But I'm getting closer to something useful with gdb debugging of guix-daemon at the remote; I just got: error: executing `guix-authenticate': No such file or directory
<apteryx`>printed by stopping on every fork and continuing
<apteryx`>so it seems it just doesn't find that program in the PATH.
<vagrantc>you've set up pubkeys for both ends? e.g. machineA: guix archive --authorize < machineB.pub ; machineB: guix archive --authorize < machineA.pub
<apteryx`>It seems the guix-daemon adds "settings.nixLibexecDir" to the PATH to try to find that... but that doesn't help because on my system, nixLibexecDir := /usr/local/libexec, and guix-authenticate is not found there.
<apteryx`>vagrantc: yes, I've doubled checked the pubkeys setup is correct.
<pheonix83>Hey im about to download the iso and install again. last time i had trouble with the partitioning part of the install. can someone point me to a more detailed wiki with partitioning like partition sizes.
<wigust>pheonix83: What's the trouble did you have?
<pheonix83>wigust: not sure what i did it was couple weeks ago i tried it. but when i restart after installation i see grub menu loading then it reboot again and just looped liked that. grub didnt load.
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<pheonix83>i remember i made a boot_grub partition, /boot partition /root partition and /home partition. dont know if i messed up the sizes for grub and boot or what. when i installed gentoo i just followed the wiki and all was good. dont really know fully what i am doing when it comes to partitioning tbh
<pheonix83>so without an actual guid saying make this partition this size and add this flag like so. im lost.
<wigust>pheonix83: I would recommend you don't separate /boot in a partition if you don't need it
<pheonix83>yeh thats the guide i followed, i dont use EFI so got a little confusing as it begins to talk about bios grub but all the exampls are for EFI. So do i add the bios_grub flag to the /boot partition?
<pheonix83>so i would only have /boot partition /root partition and /home partition
<wigust>pheonix83: i don't think you need any flags in non-efi system, at least from my experience with a non-efi machine
<wigust>pheonix83: so just skip this note and make sure you have mounted your boot partition in /mnt/boot as the documentation says
<civodul>the way 'guix pull' does it is by creating an "indirect GC root", which is slightly different: it creates a symlink in /var/guix/gcroots/auto that guix-daemon can automatically remove if its target no longer exists
<civodul>re substitutes, yes, berlin provides substitutes for all the derivations that 'guix pull' computes (that's unrelated to the fact that we're using a profile)
<roptat>civodul: can I use guix weather to see if the substitutes are available?
<civodul>roptat: not really because 'guix weather' expects a list of packages, but we should change it to be more flexible
<roptat>"Génération 3juin 14 2018 10:20:32(actuel)" this is terrible :/
<civodul>looks like translators removed the tabs, no?
<lfam>civodul: This crypto side-channel bug affects a lot of our crypto packages. It's just a little tedious to keep track of which packages have been reviewed and fixed, especially since I am trying to delegate this work to a group :)
<Pigeon>Hello! Could someone help me with installing guixsd on vm please? I would like to have enctrypted root partition (sda1), and unencrypted /boot partition. Both are ext4 formatted, but after running "guix system init /mnt/etc/config.scm /mnt" there are two warnings "File system ext2 doesn't support embedding", "Embedding is not possible. GRUB can only be installed in this setup by using blocklist[...]", and an error "will not proceed with