<kyamashita>Is the GHC (Glasgow Haskell Compiler) functional for anyone else?
<kyamashita>I should say "not functional." GHC gives an error about a missing ncurses library.
<mange>I've got a program which I'm trying to package which uses confstr(_CS_PATH, ...), which on GuixSD gives "/bin:/usr/bin". Inside the build environment there isn't a /bin/sh, though, so the tests all fail (it works fine when installed). We have a bug about this (#23112), but it seems to have been closed as wontfix. Any thoughts on how I should proceed? (Re-open the bug? Skip the tests? Patch the source?)
<jmd>I was wondering if there is a way to use "guix environment --container" (or other command) to create a temporary enivonment where /bin, /usr/bin was populated the way that certain scripts like them. Is that feasible?
<civodul>jmd: yes, it's been proposed a few times :-)
<davexunit>so you can create additional users if need be
<jmi2k_>alezost: I finally solved the problem :D I removed the suid from X, used the command line parameters you said and added myself to the input group. It was something silly, but I come from a systemd distro where I didn't have to do anything of this. Really, thanks for helping me yesterday!
<ng0>Was it Mark Weaver who is responsible for most of the icecat/mozilla packaging?
<ng0>I have a question posted where I need someone with experience in mozilla packaging... Subject: Mozilla help needed - 0ad, or: how to pass the version to mozjs-38?
<ng0>adfeno: there's a short answer, and there's a long answer. The long answer will follow in some months or weeks probably, I'm discussing this with some people at the moment. Short answer: there are real issues which must be fixed first. I can post something about it this or next month
<adfeno>... I asked that first question regarding the version because I'm having a bug with that version.
<adfeno>I made a bug report of it in the GNUnet bug tracking system, and I'm also currently discussing the bug with grothoff-mobile at #gnunet
<adfeno>And he just pointed out that my version is about two years old. Don't worry, I'm not here to make fun of it or criticize/be angry, I'm just trying to understand the possible reason for the delay so I can try to help
<ng0>Okay, I think I should make a post about it later this month
<ng0>but I think the mailing list is what it should be, as the question arose before here
<ng0>but Whonix is also interested in gnunet (gnunet-fs to be specific) now, and at the congress the gathering of the eV had some promising outcomes/reports (regarding work with pretty easy privacy /pEp foundation, etc)