<zerwas>I forgot that you first need to tell gpg civodul's public key with gpg --recv-keys EA52ECF4
<zerwas>Then the verify command should tell you something along the lines of "Good signature from Ludovic"
<sveta>it is a nice tool. it tells me about bad signature, and I will re-download.
<alezost>hi, I sent a message to firstname.lastname@example.org but it looks like it was lost in the way, so I ask here as well. I've tried to build guix from git, but "make check" failed on "smalltalk" with this backtrace: http://paste.debian.net/108123
<alezost>Is it normal? I mean does it fail for other people?
<sveta>I've got the download properly and the signature verifies, but tar still thinks this does not look like a tar archive.
<zerwas>sveta: That's because you need the tool "unxz" :)
<zerwas>In debian-based distributions it can be found in the package "xz-utils"
<sveta>I did get the 0.5 version, even though the documentation mentions 0.6 (and you do too). why - dunno. -- unxz is installed and I am not continuing
<civodul>make sure to register too: it's gratis but it helps jmd & co. organize things
<taylanub>is it a bug that when I pass '-p ~/.guix-profile' to 'guix package', it creates ~/.guix-profile-1-link, ~/.guix-profile-2-link, etc.? I suppose it isn't, I'd need to pass '-p /var/guix/profiles/per-user/tub/guix-profile' instead, to which ~/.guix-profile is just a symlink and guix "doesn't know" about this additional indirection...
<taylanub>this solves mystery 1, which is why I ended up having those files. mystery 2 is why my guix insists on using /var/guix/profiles/default if I don't pass -p
<Mathnerd314>does Guix have a way to pretty-print a (raw/primitive) derivation?
<Mathnerd314>the standard pretty-print doesn't show newlines, which means things like bash scripts are unreadable