<lispmacs[work]>bavier: I think I enabled all the options I was supposed to in evolution, according to evolution help, though I don't know anything about compile time options. I think it could maybe still just be training, but confusing part is I don't know how to check if that is the case or not. In the evolution preferences options, you don't get to select bogofilter, you just tell evolution whether or not to filter spam
<lispmacs[work]>presumably evolution must keep a bogofilter words database somewhere; if that is the case, I suppose I could look at that, to see what is happening
<lispmacs[work]>I'd rather use clawsmail but unfortunately that don't support google oauth
<bavier`>built-in wifi is often the biggest culprit, but it's easy and fairly cheap to get a wifi dongle
<dftxbs3e>librem 13 - I had one and it broke after 2 years, the touchpad long before that had scratches on it even though I'm really careful with my hardware, the top plastic started removing itself under normal use, showing a glossy plastic underneath that isnt suitable for moving your finger on it, you can't move your finger on it, it grips
<dftxbs3e>it broke in the sense that the laptop wouldnt turn on anymore, supposedly embedded controller has broke
<sneek>vits95, NieDzejkob says: you could define your own little service type and specify (extensions (list (service-extension etc-service-type (lambda (config) `(("udisks.conf" ,(local-file ...)))))))
<scmguru>I'd like to port Guix to my Apple Aluminum PowerBook G4. I suspect that PPC will never be an officially supported platform, which is fine as I'm doing this for freedom/learning sake. I've read: http://guix.gnu.org/manual/devel/en/html_node/Porting.html#Porting and there's mention of the possible need to teach guix build about a new platform. After reading this, I have three questions. Is PowerPC a supported build target? If not, how do
<scmguru>I teach the guix build about the PPC platform?
<bavier`>scmguru: we've had some others working on ppc, but I forget who at the moment.
<bavier`>I'd imagine you could get in touch with them; writing a short message to the mail list would probably help you find them
<scmguru>On the help list, I was told that there was a group working on the 64-bit PPC bootstrapping that may be able to help with the bootstrapping part of the build process. I thought that was great but that still doesn't help me with the target piece. :(
<bandali>apteryx, wonderful. would you please have a look at bugs.gnu.org/39375 ?
<bandali>according to leoprikler, "generated-autoload-file (in emacs-utils.scm, i presume) appears to have a wrong value set if autoload is not loaded prior"
<bandali>for even more context, you can see the chat logs between leo and i on jan 31
<leoprikler>correction: generated-autoload-file should be let-bound through the command line, but Emacs behaves weirdly and does not bind it correctly
<lispmacs[work]>hi, I built a package from source with guix-build and --no-substitutes. I wanted to do it again so I could view the build output, but guix won't rebuild it. I tried --check and --repair options but these don't force a rebuild