<rgrau_>hi there. I just installed guix distro and the installation went well (or so it seems), but it failed when installing GRUB. As I already had a grub from my other distro, I can still boot to the old one, and mount the 'guixOS' partition, but don't know how to regenerate or fix the grub.cfg
<rgrau_>any commmand that automagically adds the guix partition to the old grub.cfg?
<mark_weaver>can you send a bug report to firstname.lastname@example.org, including the error messages from failing to install grub?
<jxself>You could try update-grub from within the 'other' system to see if it detected Guix.
<mark_weaver>civodul is the one to ask, but he's on europe time, so sleeping about now.
<rgrau_>hi, I installed guix distro (0.8) and it failed to install grub. I booted from my other linux, and tried update-grub2 (I already had grub in my machine) but it fails to detect the guixOS partition. any hints? (I'll keep investigating)
<civodul>rgrau_: was it 'guix system init' that failed to install GRUB?
<Steap_>davexunit: yeah, so I can just generate a qcow2 image and feed it to kvm
<_`_>davexunit: qemu alone is just an emulator capable of emulating various architectures, kvm is the kernel module that allows for hardware assisted virtualization, together they are a type 2 hypervisor
<civodul>nebuli: re slim-service without auto-start: you would define a my-slim-service monadic procedure, that calls my-slim-service in an mlet, and then returns that with an added 'auto-start?' field
<nebuli>civodul: there is also http://bondi.it.uts.edu.au/ (which i think, hints at the same thing shutt is), but it's ml culture stuck in the type systems point of view, where types are really a form of symb…