<anonymiss>on coming from other distros to guixsd: in gentoo gnu/linux there are many emacs packages, and you can add melpa, elpa, etc as overlays to install directly from. what is the approach/opinion in guix so far? do people install emacs packages through emacs and only big ones as bbdb are added as system packages?
<rekado>anonymiss: we surely don't have enough Emacs packages in Guix, in my opinion.
<rekado>I have a big list of packages I use with Emacs and the vast majority of them are installed through the elpas.
<fhmgufs>Excuse me, but I'm no Debian GRUB expert :(
<alirio>paroneayea: you can make a configfile entry in /etc/grub.d/40_custom in debian
<mark_weaver>paroneayea: since you're running on Libreboot, you can make /boot/grub/libreboot_grub.cfg a menu that allows you to choose either Debian or GuixSD, with each of those menu items using the 'configfile' command to load the desired grub.cfg
<mark_weaver>alternatively, as I recall there's a non-default item in the Libreboot grub.cfg that scans for other grub.cfg files on the hard disk and lets you choose between them.
<mark_weaver>having said this, it's certainly true that we could use more flexible means to create custom grub menu entries.
<rekado>*sigh*... didn't work. It's producing a lot of png files, but none of them are installed.
<paroneayea><mark_weaver> actually, what I do is this: I make both ~root/.config/guix/latest and ~mhw/.config/guix/latest symlinks pointing to my git checkout of 'guix', so all of my guix commands always use the version from my git repo.
<paroneayea>mark_weaver: is that as simple as symlinking ~/devel/guix/ to ~/.config/guix/latest or whatever?