<jmd>What is the purpose of the System Install docs recommending the use of cow-store ?
<jmd>So far as I can see, the only thing which is shared between the installation-os and the installed-os is /etc/config.scm - which is tiny. Cow-store just seems like an added confusion with very little gain.
<davexunit>it's needed to deal with stores that are bigger than what can fit in ram disk
<jmd>davexunit: But the store is on the target disk isn't it?
<ZombieChicken>lfam: If you have icecat installed, and clamAV, please run clamscan over ~/.mozilla/ and /gnu/store/*icecat*
<lfam>I saw your message about that. Do we have clamAV in Guix?
<ZombieChicken>lfam: I ran into number of cases of a trojan popping up with anything related to Firefox, and since I can't be sure if it's just me, if it's a false positive, or something more serious I think someone else needs to check
<lfam>In general, I'm extremely skeptical of antivirus tools. I'm reluctant to use them on my workstation. I could try the scan on a "throwaway" installation in a few days, when I have access to a second machine
<lfam>Did you try doing a web search for the names of the files that clamav described as malicious?