<atw`>quiliro: I also had this problem, and (ntp-service #:allow-large-adjustment? #t) did not work. My notes indicate that shepherd was restarting the service every 3 min. I think I used tlsdate to fix the problem, but I forget how I did it
<rvgn>HELP: I did "guix pull" followed by "guix package -u". All went well. Then when I did "guix package --list-generations", it's showing warning that "guix is 14 days old". How this possible as I just pulled and updated?
<nckx>smartctl -a /dev/sdx (| less) will show all the infos.
<lprndn>roptat, nckx: thanks! will try right now. ;)
<lprndn>hum... hard drive and partition seem to be fine. smartctl and fsck outputs here ok. :/ With dmesg, I found sheperd was unable to start user-homes service. Could it be related? (maybe more of a consequence than a cause...)
<bavier>IANAL but I would hesitate to include that package in guix because of ambiguities in the license
<bavier>e.g. the license says the software is under the LGPL, but then another statement says "you agree not to modify, adapt or translate the Software"
<pdurbin>Hi! I met someone named Timothy at LibrePlanet over the weekend and I was hoping to follow up on a couple things. He seemed pretty involved in Guix. If someone knows him, can you please ask him to get in touch?
<apteryx>lprndn: good to know! Perhaps a failed sudo incantation?
<bgardner>Good aftnoon Guix! I added sendmail to my config.scm and reconfigured and it installed the package without issue but I didn't get a link to the sendmail anywhere. I can see from 'find / -name sendmail' that it is present at '/gnu/store/b0gmd1ac6np7zgb8hvbfgy45b0haz8xg-sendmail-8.15.2/usr/sbin/sendmail' but I'm sure I shouldn't refer to that directly - what should I do to fix this?
<apteryx>bgardner: usually user packages are managed per-user; that said, adding a package to an operating-system declaration 'packages' field should make it available to every users ought of the box, IIRC.