<alezost>MaliRemorker: however if X server can't find a proper resolution by default, it's likely that you cannot fix it this way. Do you use radeon? I heard it requires some non-free stuff which does not supported by linux-libre kernel
<adfeno>anthk_: I'm seeing this channel's log now.
<adfeno>I once solved this "networking issues" error with "guix pull", but since you already did it, then I'm out of ideas...
<adfeno>anthk_: Try doing "guix gc", and then retry "guix pull".
<anthk_>adfeno, first I tought on that, but guix gc I think it deletes useful stuff
<adfeno>Well... as far as I know, "guix gc" deletes the remains from build sources, with some exceptions (I think it doesn't do so if the generation or profile you're using makes use of the build results, but we must check the documentation to make sure).
<adfeno>"Prior to running ‘guix gc --collect-garbage’ to make space, it is often useful to remove old generations from user profiles; that way, old package builds referenced by those generations can be reclaimed. This is achieved by running ‘guix package --delete-generations’ (*note Invoking guix package::)."
<lfam>mark_weaver: I don't see any non-trivial differences between the SVN and GitHub-tarball muparser source code. The only code change is in 'example1.cpp', which seems irrelevant, although I don't actually know.
<davexunit>civodul: I'm interested in trying out Cuirass as well
<lfam>What should the new version be? 2.2.5-github?
<lfam>We should have a standard for when hashes change but versions do not
<lfam>It's ugly, but so is re-releasing a same version that's actually not the same
<adfeno>I guess we should wait for more opinions on this matter.
<lfam>Yes, I've sent the patch to guix-devel for comments
<adfeno>Another thing that could work out (I'm not experienced with Guix, I'm just trying to help by giving ideas): is to have the package name as a directory, have versions as subdirectories, and have "[revision number]-[hash]" as subdirectories of these.
<anthk_>but I understand GuixSD was for higher machines as in the 70's :p, because guix gc on my non SSD drive is lethargic
<vlegoll>anyone can help me make sense of that error message : guix build: error: /home/vince/guix-packages/my-own-linux-libre.scm:49:2: package `my-own-linux-libre-4.5.4' has an invalid input: ("kconfig" #<<local-file> file: "./config-vince-86_64-4.6.4" absolute: #<promise #<procedure 421f5d0 at ice-9/eval.scm:416:20 ()>> name: "config-vince-86_64-4.6.4" recursive?: #f>)