<mark_weaver>codemac: you need to set the GIT_SSL_CAINFO environment variable to point to a single file with all the allowable certificates. on debian (or derivatives), it should be set to /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt
<codemac>yeah I do, I'd rather point to guix so I'll do that. Though I don't know what the guix security policies will be related to cert revocation / inclusion. Following mozilla upstream is probably a solid choice for quite a while
<karhunguixi>Hi, so i've run into a tiny conflict at work because i'm using GuixSD there and was unable to unpack a .rar archive. "Just get something that works!" is what i'm told. However, what is a good archive/compression format for sharing files between windows, macs and GNU/Linux? Zip?
<karhunguixi>thought i would drag the discussion in this direction, that rar is the problem. But i should have a good alternative at hand.
<civodul>karhunguixi: zip works well for Windows people i think
<civodul>there's also a free implementation of unrar
<civodul>maybe it's an opportunity to add it to the distro? :-)
<karhunguixi>i tried the debian unrar-free in a virtual machine, but i failed to open the rar archive i had.
<freeaks>then if i want to access installed exes and files, for example 'gimp'
<freeaks>will it be in /gnu/store/some-long-hash-gimp-2.8/ ?
<freeaks>so everything is under /gnu/store/* on guixsd ?
<iyzsong>freeaks: you can, but 'gimp' just works, because $GUIX_PROFILE/bin is in $PATH, and the profile is a symlinks tree of installed packages.
<iyzsong>freeaks: not everything, but the immutable items (packages, etc.) are in /gnu/store. while for the various configurations (/etc/xxx, /var, ...), some are managed by guix (symlinks to /gnu/store), others are not.
<efraim>civodul: I won't have time until tomorrow night to look at weechat, but I was thinking about wrapping weechat in something like `guix environment -C --share=$HOME weechat` but guix environment is giving me errors about kernel.unprivileged_userns_clone atm
<freeaks>iyzsong: thanks for the answer, i'm trying to understand if guixsd filesystem structure complies to fhs or not, i'd like to see as much parts of the system as possible using this 'per-package directory' concept
<freeaks>is there a link where i could get information on this ? (guixsd filesystem structure)
<rekado>R uses a couple of tools like "uname", "sed", and "which". Running R on GuixSD doesn't show any problems, but once you run it with "guix environment --container" (thanks davexunit!) you see errors.
<rekado>Should R retain a reference to "coreutils" and "which"?
<davexunit>rekado: I guess we need to find the references and substitute* them with the absolute paths?
<Digit>:/ too exhausted to restart my lightning-power-out paused previous guixsd install, ugh. i /will/ have guixsd. just, maybe not today. *sets post-it note reminder for himself "guixsd on this laptop for fun and freedom"*