<mark_weaver>hmm.. well, investigation shows that the inode numbers returned by stat and getdents64 seem to sometimes get munged.
<mark_weaver>'pwd' is doing the job as follows: it gets the inode of the current directory, and then it reads the parent directory, looking for the entry whose inode matches the current directory.. and then it iterates.
<mark_weaver>however, some of the inode numbers seem to be incorrect.. and it reaches a point where it cannot find the entry in the parent whose inode matches the current directory.
<mark_weaver>however, I cannot reproduce the problem outside of guix-daemon.
<youlysses>So does inetutils come with: ifconfi, iwlist, iwspy, impriv, ifrename? :^U
*youlysses is trying to figure if he needs to package wireless_tools.
<mark_weaver>when I had debian running on it, I installed some software that dynamically controlled the fan based on processor temp, and it worked quite well (reduced the noise quite a bit when relatively idle)
<mark_weaver>I'll have to look through my backup of that system to recover the configuration I used and the name of the software.