<sneek>ovidnis`, alezost says: so you installed "sbcl-stumpwm:bin" in your user profile, right? I think that SLIM looks for .desktop files only in a system profile, so you need to install stumpwm globally, i.e. try to add (packages (list sbcl-stumpwm "bin") ...) to your system config
<joshuaBPMan_>Hello, I'm currently unable to log into gnome as my normal root user. I'm dual booting. I'm trying to figure out where to read log massages. GuixSD uses syslog right?
<kyamashita>joshuaBPMan_: I don't know about syslog, but I know logs typically get dumped onto /dev/tty1 on GuixSD. I haven't figured out how to access them yet.
<joshuaBPMan_>kyamashita: What is really sad, is that I only a few days ago I did know how to access the logs.
<joshuaBPMan_>I have errors from gnome-session-binary and gnome-keyring-daemon stored in a file on my computer.
<joshuaBPMan_>BUT I just reconfigured. And I want to make sure that the reason that I can't log in, is still the same.
<joshuaBPMan_>Also, I was using a hack to dual boot properly that relied on a bug. They since fixed that bug. Which was why I needed to reconfigure.