<ng0>it's still in my ports-wip, as the python2 variant would need to be renamed iirc
<ng0>my question earlier today…: Intel Corporation Ethernet Connection (2) I219-LM (rev 31), an Intel PRO/1000 should work with linux-libre right? ... since my minimal rescue image (Debian based) is working I'd guess that this works with linux-libre? I'm not really keeping up with -libre these days.
<demotri>It seams like jars are indeterministic. Directory entries are not ordered.
<ng0>so it goes format disks, create matching partitions, create raid, … magic … wizards hat … /dev/sda for boot partition. so since mdadm is the only thing I need to read up on - when /dev/sda is damaged, the grub part with a raid-1 should by then exists on both disks after the raid is created, correct?
<mbakke>ng0: It would be best to write the bootloader to both disks, but I don't know how to do that.
<ng0>I knew I'm touching less documented terain :)
<ng0>this is just the beginning, it should lead to encryted RAIDs and all… ;)
<ng0>but since md0p1 will "contain" /dev/sda1 and /dev/sdb1 this should only be necessary because of something to do with grub and device names
<ng0>let's say I started with guix when I had lots of time, which lead to too much contributions during '15 - '17.. then I started computer science studies. my new freelancer contract involves work on GuixSD.
<ng0>but I also started with it because I saw the ideal fit for custom system creation, which is why my I'm currently a little less visible, trying to sync up and experimenting there :)