<rain1>guix build: error: build failed: derivation `/gnu/store/5407vh3mpb69lnkd0ajx0xly6gd77gs1-linux-libre-4.5.drv' may not be deterministic: hash mismatch in output `/gnu/store/n20i0s96p29vkl07vlvxli5xql3m3hgi-linux-libre-4.5'
<wingo>but really you need some kind of central idea of what the tree should look like
<rain1>What I found was quite odd, as lfam mentioned using --rounds=2 the linux kernel build is not reproducible complains about a nondeterminism fail. but I made a new package that's the same called linux-libre-rep and tried --rounds=2 and --rounds=3 and they were reproducible
<iyzsong>civodul: no, now i just run it manually in tmux with uwsgi
<iyzsong>actually, I don't how to package mediagoblin. it looks to me that it need to be run in source..
<jmarciano>there can be multiple locations for mediagoblin, many people put it on variety of directories. If packaged, it has to be copied to some directory with correct permissions
<davexunit>we could install it to $prefix/share/mediagoblin or something
<jmarciano>there is httpd package. If this package stores in /var/www (I did not see what are defaults in GuixSD), than mediagoblin shall be in /var/www/mediagoblin, because httpd usually configures correct permissions for itself.
<iyzsong>it store user uploaded media files under user_dev in the source directory, well I guess that can be customized to a writable location.
<davexunit>jmarciano: it wouldn't be stored in /var/www, it would be in /gnu/store
<greymoondriver>Yes, I'm on #7 To use substitutes from hydra.gnu.org or one of its mirrors (see Substitutes), authorize them: # guix archive --authorize < ~root/.guix-profile/share/guix/hydra.gnu.org.pub
<mark_weaver>davexunit, paroneayea: just finished watching your libreplanet talk. you guys are awesome :)
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<mark_weaver>rain1: making ~/.config/guix/latest a symlink to a built git checkout is fine. I've had that symlink there approximately forever :)
<mark_weaver>rain1: but note that you'll also need a corresponding symlink from ~root/.config/guix/latest if you want "guix system reconfigure" (or any other guix command run as root) to use the git checkout