<Minall>But it's also the installation, my pc has a strange bug that if I plug a debian usb, it just freezes, and I'm unable to do anything, so I have to reboot manually, just by plugin a usb with debian or anything that bases on it
<Minall>It's strange, but welp, no problem at all, I was just going to test something, but nope
<quiliro>the best is to have an offload server to do the heavylifting
<nckx>quiliro: They should have received substitutes though. The latest icecat is built.
<quiliro>nckx: even though a small machine takes a lot of time
<nckx>quiliro: I don't understand that last remark in the context of available substitutes. Do you mean the overhead of extracting the substitutes & profile generation & such? That can be slow (it is here, with my 215-package manifest) but it shouldn't take the 1+ hour that it apparently did.
<nckx>With a new(ish) profile (a safe assumption), it should take minutes at most.
<raingloom>can the openssh-configuration be empty? i'm getting some huge error if i leave it empty, even though i don't want to modify any of the defaults
*nckx AFK but that sounds like bug-guix material, raingloom.
<raingloom>nckx, nvm, i think it was a syntax error, i'm just not used to guile's syntax errors yet
<ruffni>nckx: i could also describe the image :) it's the english wikipedia page on Pi viewed on my guixsd installation running icecat. instead of each numeral character there is a wide white space. unfortunately it's hard to use the machine when i can't verify whether the ip address in my address-bar is correct or not :)
<raingloom>nckx, or if you were referring to the gio error, looks like setting up the ssh service fixed it
<dongcarl>Someone here might be more experienced with `libssp`, but it seems the general recommendation is to use the `glibc` one if available. Would it be appropriate to add `gcc_cv_libc_provides_ssp=yes` to `#:make-flags` in `cross-base.scm` if we're building a cross-gcc with a libc?
<pkill9>this is the latest build that succeeds: http://berlin.guixsd.org/build/1426208/details you can find which guix git commit that one is and then use an inferior to build chromium with that guix commit and hopefully the build server still has it available as a substitute