<Sleep_Walker>and sometimes Guile error messages are not exactly helpful
<lfam>I was mystified the first time I read a Guile backtrace
<Sleep_Walker>is there a way how to override the list of required kernel modules without reimplementing initrd generation code? I have my own kernel configuration and have all code compiled in (to disable module insertion at all)
<lfam>I'm not sure. There has been recent discussion on help-guix about using custom kernel configuration. Would that help?
<ng0>one thing i like about guix, people no not read between the lines and assume you have magical knowledge of discussions which were not visible for you. If I were not interested in solving it and had 2 people with positive reactions, I'd just unsubscribe from the bug at gentoo and solve it in private.
<wingo>ng0: you can always read the archived chat logs to know the context of a conversation :)
<civodul>with --no-substitutes i get: `/gnu/store/9q5n4985lh5bp0xavwddc13lr7dc8yfl-wxWidgets-2.8.12.tar.bz2' should have sha256 hash `1gjs9vfga60mk4j4ngiwsk9h6c7j22pw26m3asxr1jwvqbr8kkqk', instead has `01zp0h2rp031xn6nd8c4sr175fa4nzhwh08mhi8khs0ps39c22iv'
<frerbst>Hi! Currently I'm installing GuixSD on an old machine to play around with it a bit and test it. I have the problem that "guix system init" keeps failing due to "networking issues" while downloading python2-setuptools-18.3.1. It always downloads exactly 345KiB and fails then. I tried to build it locally, but this adds it to the store of the live system (I#m not very experienced with Guix, but this is what I guess). Any ideas on how to continue?
<ng0>i have a solution… which differs and will need time. a byproduct of the gnunet-fs thing.
<ng0>frerbst: you need to restart ncsd or what the name was
<ng0>herd ncsd restart (I'm not good with remembering services)
<frerbst>ng0: Shouldn't it be "herd restart ncsd" (which fails with service ncsd not found)?
<efraim>civodul: I rechecked the hash of gnuplot that I got from updating it, the hash is 08vpmhl85l48xcccx8jrkamalih2d6z9ppqpsppwii9y2l1p3297. I'm sure its the one I got from one of the sourceforge mirrors