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<Acou_Bass>hmm, my update keeps failing on module-import-compiled... and yet i cant find any package named that... xD
<calherSid>Does GuixSD have Mumble yet?
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<baconicsynergy>im having such a difficult time replacing ntp with openntpd :/ im just not getting it at all
<baconicsynergy>i tried using "modify-services" but it only applies to lists
<baconicsynergy>(gnu services networking) doesn't have any broad scheme variable like %desktop-services and %base-services
<baconicsynergy>I've been studying the manual for days but it's still not clicking. If anyone could show me explicitly how it would be done, I will love you forever. its the last missing piece
<civodul>hey Guix!
<Sleep_Walker>civodul: I was fighting with busybox-static package and I can't get rid of it's glibc dependency -
<Sleep_Walker>I haven't sent that to guix-devel ML yet because of the failing tests...
<civodul>Sleep_Walker: did you check whether the 'busybox' binary is indeed statically-linked?
<Sleep_Walker>package is statically linked but when I add that to initrd (using my patch \\o/ ), it takes glibc and bash-static with itt
<Sleep_Walker>civodul: yes
<civodul>does "guix gc --references $(guix build busybox-static)" show glibc?
<Sleep_Walker>$ file /gnu/store/*busybox-static-1.25.0/bin/busybox
<Sleep_Walker>/gnu/store/jr9mvkdazj68zphs5zax2nnj0prrf8d4-busybox-static-1.25.0/bin/busybox: ELF 64-bit LSB executable, x86-64, version 1 (GNU/Linux), statically linked, for GNU/Linux 2.6.32, stripped
<Sleep_Walker>yes, it shows
<Sleep_Walker>along with bash-static
<Sleep_Walker>I miss more static-package examples
<civodul>so you need to find out why a reference to glibc is retained
<civodul>one way to do that is to "grep -r" the glibc hash
<Sleep_Walker>OK, that worked
<Sleep_Walker>it seems to use some share files from glibc :/
<Sleep_Walker>I'll try to tune configuration a bit but I think it should be mostly safe just to ignore it
<Sleep_Walker>can those references be adjusted by force? >:)
<Sleep_Walker>btw. thanks for the answer on ML
<Sleep_Walker>ACTION found remove-store-references
<phant0mas>rekado: congrats :-D
<tk0>a silly question maybe, but : which package is 'ldd' in?
<civodul>tk0: glibc
<tk0>oh :)
<catonano>I see "#:use-module (json)" in guix/import/github.scm but then I can't find a json.scm file in the root folder
<mthl>catonano: this module is external
<catonano>mthl: Thank you. Is there any guile manual entry about external modules ? I can't see one
<davexunit>catonano: you just need to install them and set GUILE_LOAD_PATH and GUILE_LOAD_COMPILED_PATH accordingly
<davexunit>if you use guix, it will tell you what to set
<davexunit>guile-json is an optional dependency for guix
<davexunit>since using importers isn't critical functionality
<catonano>davexunit: it works in the Guix project that I cloned from the Guix repo. It doesn't work in the Guix project that I cloned from Jelle's github profile. The module (json) can't be found. I was curious of his recursive npm importer
<jlicht>catonano: what exactly isn't working?
<jlicht>sneek: later tell catonano that I started using paroneayea's json module. I'll update my repo to reflect soon
<sneek>Will do.
<jlicht>sneek: botsnack :-)
<rekado>phant0mas_: thanks :)
<rekado>has anyone here with libreboot tested the latest kernel? I’m still on 4.1.27 because of the time bug.
<adfeno>Oh... I have other bug with 4.1.28 :)
<adfeno>(but I don't use GuixSD, just Guix for now, sorry)
<adfeno>Still interesting to see lot's of things failing for some reason.