<ng0>is hydra/berlin already building the rust-wip branch? if not, I might soon be able to reportat least for x86_64 that it works. I'm 18 hours into the build
<ng0>i mean with the tools available, mpv would be good enough, but I have no idea how to prevent a stream-dump of a DVD dropping from the track i wanted to the main menu track after it is finished. Maybe I'll just package vobcopy and do it like I used to
<ng0> it's really fascinating how fast backing up your dvd movies is with supported Bluray drives. I remember back then it took almost a day or something like that. Now it's just a tiny fraction of the play time of the movie track
<roptat>I tried to remove calls to make-static-device-nodes to see if that would solve my issue with containers
<roptat>but then in the container I get: error: connect: /var/run/shepherd/socket: No such file or directory
<GNUtoo>hmmm some lines were garbled during copy-paste, I'll scp the log instead
<divansantana>hmm. Is there a way in our chromium to display local timezone. I think ours is patched to not show the local time for privacy reasons. That is nice, but would be nice to override it. Grafana only displays the time in local browser timezone...
<GNUtoo>hmm still garbled, the part that is garbled is that one: <procedure 1ad46a0 aâ€¦>) instead of #<procedure 1ad46a0 a…>)
<GNUtoo>Is interrupting 'guix pull' (with ctrl+c) and restarting it (with 'guix pull') supposed not to create any issues?
<GNUtoo>or could it create the issue I described above?
<javistacruz>hi all. Every time I try to install guixsd, installation seems to be ok, but reboot leads me to grub rescue shell. I guess it has something to do with EFI, but can't realize what's exactly going on. Any ideas?, Is there any known issue I'm missing?
<snape>roptat: not sure I understood your questions, but the PID of a Shepherd service might be the running value. In that case, it can easily be obtained with some Guile code, or with 'herd status <service-name>'.
<javistacruz>GNUtoo: insmod normal gives me "error: unknown filesystem"
<snape>roptat: it's the case with the PostgreSQL service I believe