<roptat>there seems to be a loop from ~/guix/repo/master/gnu/../gnu/installer/ to ~/guix/repo/master/gnu/../gnu/installer//////.... which add a / at each turn (there are many lstat64 calls before we reach the filename length limit)
<roptat>I can't go further back in my terminal's history though
<apteryx>raghavgururajan: OK, linphoneqt works well with pulseaudio, it's just that when testing with guix environment --pure, the pulseaudio environment variables aren't defined, which causes it to use ALSA directly.
<apteryx>At this point all the features I regularly use on Linphone for Android (text messages, calls, TLS/SRTP) work well with linphoneqt on my Guix System, which is quite nice. Thanks for this useful contribution!
<sb-nipper>anyone her up to answering an installation question on installing from "guix-system-install-1.0.1.x86_64-linux.iso"?
<raghavgururajan>apteryx Also, could you try running the application in two ways by  `./pre-inst-env guix environment --ad-hoc linphoneqt --pure` && `linphone`.  `./pre-inst-env guix environment --ad-hoc linphoneqt ` && `linphone`.
<raghavgururajan>apteryx I think I know how to fix your issue. The app crashes on your end because for socket and mutex. I sent a patch for this, but got lost in the email thread.
<apteryx>raghavgururajan: yeah, I already tried with and without --pure, it doesn't help. You can replace && by -- to use a single guix command: ./pre-inst-env guix environment --ad-hoc linphoneqt -- linphone
<raghavgururajan>It is using gcc5. You can see it in the pack def of qt4, which is inherited by qtbase
<apteryx>I don't see qtbase inheriting from qt (qt4)
<apteryx>From my understanding, qtbase is qt5, and qt is qt4.
<apteryx>The problem on master is caused by the order of include directives. Master was (is still?) using CPATH for GCC > 6, which causes issues with -isystem directives.
<apteryx>the commit which fixed that on core-updates is 2073b55e6b964cb8ca15e8c74cb32dac00f05f0d
<apteryx>so, using GCC 5 is not a proper solution, I'm afraid (especially without removing the headers/libs that would come with the default GCC 7 -- it seems to me it'd potentially create some Frankenstein binary :-))
<apteryx>swig has an example of a workaround that should do it
<apteryx>I'm not too keen on adding layers of stuff to work around problems that only exist in master; it's a bit sad to not have linphoneqt on master right now, but it doesn't seem trivial to make it work reliably (my attempt to not use the gcc-5 hack failed also :-/).
<apteryx>In the case the package appear severely broken (I haven't tried the old linphone gtk yet, so I don't know) without a special set of icons, perhaps we can make an exception, but otherwise this has been consistently followed, AFAIK.
<raghavgururajan>It is logical to leave the choice to users, when the application itself provides that choice.
<rbonnal>hello everyone. I used guix a long time ago, more than 2.5 years ago for experimenting. Right now I am using the GUIX OS inside a VM. I have created my personal profiles and then cloned the git repository because I want to update some package ( just for me now ). It is not clear to me, from the documentation, if I need to run the `./pre-inst-env guix-daemon` so having 2 daemons running at the same time in on my host.
<cbaines>rbonnal, you don't, one guix-daemon process is fine
<rbonnal>but `./pre-inst-env` is required for building a custom packages ? I am working in bioinformatics and I am going to update some package there.
<cbaines>rbonnal, yeah, prefix commands with ./pre-inst-env so that you're using the code in the Git repository
<nagamalli_>Hi , I actually got some doubt while generating package definitions for cran , while some packages like poio and silicon there are other defintions also generating along with the asked packages
<nagamalli_>when i copied only one package defintion of whatever i want and running guix lint and guix build , it was showing poio package was not found like that.
<nagamalli_>I tried with all package definitions they have given while i was imported , them also it was showing like that.
<nagamalli_>can someone help me to understand why this was happening?
<karmayogi>I did find the documentation of running application in containers, but didn't see any help on how I can run this container and assign it a different IP address to run daemons on port 80 for multiple application in same guix system.
<cbaines>karmayogi, as you say, there is some "conatiner" support, but I've got no idea how to link up the network namespace for a service with the networking config
<cbaines>nagamalli_, I guess you're using guix import cran. Are you trying to add the package definitions to the modules in the Guix git repository?
<cbaines>nagamalli, that seems OK, I'm not sure what to suggest. I'm guessing there's something somewhere in one of the package defintions that's preventing Guix from seeing r-silicate
<emys>hi, I tried the systems installation on a brand-new mini PC. Burnt the ISO image to a DVD and now booting from an external USB drive. Grub comes up and my process starts, but I get the following errors and the boot process stalls.
<cbaines>if you're still having problems, could you share everything from 21086 until the end of cran.scm
<cbaines>mothacehe, I blame Hetzner a bit, as I tried a different datacenter, and that worked better. I also asked for a Debian 9 VM, and installed over that, I think that meant the installer used BIOS rather than EFI.
<nagamalli>cbaines: HI , Here I am sharing from the warning line where it was showing, I don't know why this was happening like that
<nagamalli>I hav tried 3 more packages , but still same is going on and previously i did more tha 6-7 packages and successfully pused to guix.
<thecom>hey, can somebody help a n00b? i fail to find the guix package providing libstdc++.so.6. if i search in places like /gnu/store/4sqps8dczv3g7rwbdibfz6rf5jlk7w90-gcc-5.5.0-lib/lib/libstdc++.so.6 but i guess, this is obsolete?
<jsoo>How many people here use fish for shell (login or not)?
<James_Epp>Hey, folks. I've intermittently been using Linux through the years. I'm looking to get my daily system back onto a GNU/Linux system and have been playing with a bunch of different ones. For my needs, I believe I require the nvidia proprietary drivers - are these available in the Guix repositories?