<vagrantc>also just tested pinebook a bit, guilt u-boot 2018.11-rc2 + a few patches (that should land upstream) ... so once u-boot 2018.11 comes out, and linux 4.19 comes out, should be able to run guixsd on the pinebook
<ngz>I created a new Makefile.am in a package's snippet. I need to update "Makefile.in" accordingly, I guess. So I added "automake" to native-inputs and call (invoke "automake"). I get an un-parsable error (invoke probably fails). I also tried to run "automake --add-missing" after removing old "Makefile.in", to no avail.
<ngz>Is there something obvious that I am missing?
<ngz>I also added (guix build utils) to modules before the snippet.
<demotri>nly: node as such us not a problem, it is packed and usable. The problem is that (standard) npm packages have so many dependencies, cyclic dependencies, and package maintainers don't care about software freedom/building from source/bootstrapping. There is some importer in a branch, but it 's nearly impossible to use.
<roptat>nly: to be more precise, you can run any npm command with the guix package, but we don't have node packages yet