<ng0>I have a couple of commits for gnunet.scm etc lined up for tday
<ng0>I'm pushing to a linux system right now to test them
<ng0>gnunet-gtk 0.10.1 will start failing to build with gnunet 0.11.1. I'll commit them as 2 patches, but in the future I think they should be 1 commit
<bgardner>Good morning guix. I'm trying to install icecat on a machine with about 5.5G free, and I just can't get it to finish. All attempts result in 'no space left on device'. Is this just too litle space to work with or is there anything I can do to make this work?
<nckx>bgardner: And /tmp isn't an even smaller tmpfs or something? Then you're out of luck.
<efraim>I think there should be a substitute available
<nckx>5.5G is a bit low to build a complete operating system or Web browser.
<bgardner>nckx: No, but thanks for the tip - I hadn't actually checked that. /tmp isn't separately mounted, no. Looks like I need to reconfigure my partitions. :P
*civodul plays with PRoot support for "guix pack -R"
<lsl88>hi guix! I have a question regarding my gpg key. I use gmail, and would like to add my public key as a signature. I have browsed the internet to see how to attach the plain text that most of you tend to use but found nothing except an add on to Firefox. May anyone help me with that? I use my email from different computers.
<lsl88>roptat: I only want to have the attachment with my publickey. The only horrible solution I can find is having it in a mail sent to myself and when I want to use it, attach it. But it is a horrible solution.
<roptat>ok, I don't use gmail, so I can't help you then :/
<nckx>lsl88: Ah, so you want to have each e-mail that you send have your pubkey as a MIME attachment?
<lsl88>I cannot stop using gmail, it is sth cultural here. And changing my email account is a mess, for all the people that have it.
<nckx>I'm not sure Gmail even supports that, I don't think many Web-mails do.
<lsl88>I guess the horrible solution would be the best option :/ Some people still use hotmail here, so imagine ...
<nckx>All search results are about encrypting, which is not what you're trying to do.
<roptat>I don't understand, what would happen to you if you stopped using gmail?
<lsl88>oh, I can do that, have my fingerprint in my signature. Then, my other contacts that don't use gpg will see sth weird, but its their problem
<lsl88>roptat: everybody here uses gmail, Facebook stack, and so on. I cannot stop using them because I would miss cultural events for instance, or some shops ask you to follow them in these accounts I use my gmail account as my primary mail for other accounts only in the IT world maybe you can switch to Telegram. Even not using chrome is a problem sometimes.
<lsl88>sorry for missing the periods at the end of the sentences. It is sth cultural in Latin America.
<lsl88>here everybody is attached sending voice messages through Whatsapp, instagram a lot and Facebook. I sometimes can't believe how much they use it walking in the street. That is how pickpockets take them away. In the IT world, Telegram. We can't take our computers in a train, for instance. In my case, when I take a bus, I put music and earplugs, in a low volume, and put it inside my bag.
<lsl88>and by the way, thank you for being such a lovely community. Will keep telling that :)
<ng0>civodul: just a general question, don't feel presured to work on this sooner than necessary, but wrt our discussion the other night and the 2 emails I've sent to guix-help, will you consider this for gnutls? Because when I work on guix on netbsd (and other platforms through pkgsrc initially), proper upstream support is the way to go