<efraim>/gnu/store/yz1gpp326fwmjgg03ii464k9l94zyc5h-gccgo-5.3.0/bin/go: error: depends on 'libgo.so.7', which cannot be found in RUNPATH ("/gnu/store/qv7bk62c22ms9i11dhfl71hnivyc82k2-glibc-2.22/lib")
<efraim>/gnu/store/yz1gpp326fwmjgg03ii464k9l94zyc5h-gccgo-5.3.0/bin/gofmt: error: depends on 'libgo.so.7', which cannot be found in RUNPATH ("/gnu/store/qv7bk62c22ms9i11dhfl71hnivyc82k2-glibc-2.22/lib")
<efraim>and this one: /gnu/store/yz1gpp326fwmjgg03ii464k9l94zyc5h-gccgo-5.3.0/libexec/gcc/x86_64-unknown-linux-gnu/5.3.0/cgo: error: depends on 'libgo.so.7', which cannot be found in RUNPATH ("/gnu/store/qv7bk62c22ms9i11dhfl71hnivyc82k2-glibc-2.22/lib")
<efraim>so it's going to take some more playing, I don't think I've tried making glibc a propagated input yet
<efraim>once I get gccgo4.9 to build go-1.4 I'll switch the inputs and use go-1.4 to build go-1.5, and then the great hunt continues for a standalone hello world program written in go
<jubalh>why does "guix package -i glibc-locales" need to download linux libre?
<jubalh>ACTION is using guix ontop of a foreign distro for now
<efraim>hmm, I'm not getting substitutes on core-updates from hydra
<efraim>glibc-locales inherits from glibc, and there's a note in glibc's formula: Glibc's <limits.h> refers to <linux/limit.h>, for instance, so glibc users should automatically pull Linux headers as well.
<efraim>oooh, guile is a 5 hour build on arm. I might need to find a new package for testing
<civodul>efraim: is it just gccgo 5.3 that fails, or also 4.9?
<jubalh>i am going for test install of guixsd. created a qemu disk and wanted to boot the usb image but qemu sais "no bootable device" anything i am doing wrong? qemu-system-x86_64 -m 1024 -hda guixsd.img -cdrom guixsd-usb-install-0.9.0.x86_64-linux
<efraim>jubalh: hard disk boot is the default for qemu
<bavier>koosha_: see the "File Systems" section in the manual
<bavier>if you want "/dev/sda2" in the 'device' field, you'll need to use (title 'device), or put the partition label in 'device with (title 'label)
<ebisu>Guix looks cool. Is there anything in particular that is does well? Is it intended to be a general use machine, a modular dowhateverthefuckyowant box, a server? Are there any really cool things about it I should know about? (Slackware user here)
<df_>ebisu: er, I'm sure there's better propaganda online but: declarative system configuration, transactional system modifications, per-user setup without redundancy, a nice high-level systems language, reproducible builds and (for guixsd at least) an emphasis on software freedom
<bavier>the software freedom bit applies equally to Guix and GuixSD
<df_>well guix itself is free software but I don't think in itself it particularly does anything to promote or demote free software
<ebisu>It looks cool in comparison to a lot of the other completely free distros
<ebisu>I dont know what I expected from Ubuntu though
<bavier>df_: the Guix project as a whole has made a strong commitment to supporting free software, and only including free software packages. Others are free to write recipes for non-free packages, but they will never be made a part of Guix proper