<anonymiss>if I have my /home not on the same partition as / (I already figured with the second system that it's wise to not do this currently), will changing the userid and reconfiguring the system break it again?
<anonymiss>basically I want a consistent 1000:1000 for user group. or at least 1000 for user, which I had to change in the beginning
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<takside>anonymiss: i'm not sure but if it's a one-off thing then you can at least run chown -R --from=olduid:oldgid newuid:newgid /home/userdir
<takside>nvm i think i misunderstood the problem sry
<rekado>anonymiss: this may be a bug in our openssl package. Could be that it should be configured to look in "$out/etc/ssl/"; alternatively, this could be fixed with a service that populates /etc/ssl.
<rekado>anonymiss: my FSFE card is unused since about a year now. Don't have a reader :-/
<mark_weaver>the problem seems to be that some kind of lookup is done to determine if the network device is being managed by some other mechanism, and the lookup fails. when the lookup fails, network-manager assumes that it should not touch the device, whereas I patched it to assume the opposite.
<mark_weaver>it might have been a policykit thing, but I don't remember the details. I did this work 4 months ago, got stuck, and got distracted with other things...
<fps>mark_weaver: note i packaged xfce-power-manager at some point..
<mark_weaver>and (group "mhw") in my 'user-account' specification
<mark_weaver>another problem: in the keyboard shortcuts section of gnome control center, I disabled the Alt-Space short cut that brings up the window menu (because I often use that key combo in emacs), but it doesn't seem to have actually disabled it.
<bavier>ACTION preemptively fixing fallout from boost update to 1.60.0
<ehiggs>hi all. small question pinging around some communities: is there a plan to make guix not require root or other administrator user to run a service? e.g. if I want to manage my own pkgs like i would with pkgsrc, might I?
<civodul>ehiggs: Guix has a privileged build daemon running as root, but then any users can install & build packages
<civodul>the daemon needs the ability to run builds in a chroot, with a separate UID, etc.