<sneek>quiliro, bavier says: try adding "/b43" or "/b43-open" to the "PREFIX" declaration in your openfwwf-firmware package definition. that should install the firmware to the appropriate subdirectory for the firmware activator. your persistence is appreciated :)
<ng0>what is prefered: drop it into the patch/ dir or just include the url to patch?
<alezost>ng0: Do you mean you are making a package recipe and this patch is required? If so, I think it's better to put it into "gnu/packages/patches" and add a comment where it comes from and why it is needed.
<ng0>no, i am packaging rust and 1.8.0 doesn't have this patch which is what we need to build it on guix
<kristofer>I'm studying (guix graph) trying to understand how to implement a graph of my own. How are properties about nodes and edges used to search the graph? There doesn't appear to be any generic place to store properties about nodes/edges
<ADFENO>If not, a friend of mine said that sometimes you could sue the manufacturer for non-conformity?
<kristofer>you could zero out your disk before formatting and installing guix, that would probably fix the warning
<ADFENO>Specially if they have a international standard certification associated with, in this case, once they get sued and it's proven that they're not conforming, then they loose the certification... And that would be delightful to see. :D
<phant0mas>while cross-building binaries for the hurd CPLUS_INCLUDE_PATH and C_INCLUDE_PATH make the cross-compile use local headers
<sneek>quiliro, alezost says: sorry, I didn't follow your "wifi quest" but I see that you use (firmware openfwwf-firmware) in your config. This is not correct as it should be a list, so either use (firmware (list openfwwf-firmware)) or (firmware (cons openfwwf-firmware %base-firmware))
<sneek>quiliro, alezost says: nevermind, I see that you corrected it in the next paste :-)
<quiliro>sneek: tell alezost: thank you very much for your care
<sneek>alezost:, quiliro says: thank you very much for your care
<quiliro>sneek: tell alezost thank you very much for you
<sneek>alezost, quiliro says: thank you very much for you
<quiliro>sneek: tell alezost Thank you very much for your care.
<sneek>alezost, quiliro says: Thank you very much for your care.
<htgoebel>bavier: short-sighted, seams to mention neither nix nor guix
<anthk_gnu>I have a question. How I delete previous generations of "Guix system reconfigure"?
<ajgrf>anthk_gnu: there's no interface for that yet. i think you can just manually delete the symlinks under /var/guix/profiles and run `guix gc`, but maybe you should wait for someone else to confirm that before you try it
<lumidragon>Hi everyone, I was just trying out GuixSD in vm. The install wasn't too bad had to make use of some Gentoo documentation though. What I wanted to ask is there a way to start ssh on the usb image, during/before the installation of GuixSD? Thanks in advance.
<lumidragon>that would be great. I found it strange at first. But after trying guix on debian, I just had to try an install :)
<lumidragon>oh one more question, how do you get into creating/submitting packages for guix. I created one for entr, might need cleaning up though.
<ng0>did you create it inside git checkout of guix and test build it? i don't have much time currently, but you can always send it to the guix-devel list for someone to help you
<lumidragon>it's not in a repo atm. And yes I built and installed it with guix. Guess I'll have to check that mailing leist then. thanks.
<ng0>there should be a part about contributing in the manual, but i see to start putting my notes of the last months on my weblog soon.
<ng0>basically: checkout a copy of guix.git, do your changes (maybe in a new local branch), do the make clean-recursive(or recursively?); ./configure --localstatedir=/var; make , do a ./pre-inst-env guix build $packagename ; rebase against a current master if anything changed since then; create the patch (git format-patch for example) and send it to the list
<ng0>for intendation it helps if you use emacs, though you can recreate the rules in vim aswell.
<ng0>if it's an old thinkpad, 1 extra screw is okay
<ng0>i had 4 extra screws and its not fallen apart
<efraim>x120e, already had the hacked bios so I could change out the wireless card
<ng0>ACTION has to take this one apart tomorrow again. and another one as soon as i can start investigating coreboot + some special luks things where there is literally 0 documented attempts of it in combination of the specific things i want to do with coreboot.