<skaria>lfam: no, what i mean is it not in my guix profile bin
<skaria>i install packages as a user, using guix package -i $package and remove packages via guix package -r $package
<lfam>I understand, but the ~/.guix-profile/bin is basically a union of the 'bin/' directories of all the packages in your profile. So if some package only provides, for example 'sbin/', you'll instead see it in ~/.guix-profile/sbin
<efraim>i've only ever used 1 profile, so i have .guix-profile -> /var/guix/..../guix-profiles
<lfam>skaria: Can you file a bug report by sending a message to <email@example.com>? Please include a full description of the problem, the system configuration file that you are running from (sanitized as necessary), any whatever else you think is relevant.
<lfam>You can simulate the change without logging out back in with `bash -l`
<lfam>I'm not sure if this is why your $PATH has so many redundant entries, but I think it should improve things generally
<skaria>okay, path is now squeaky clean /gnu/store/31v5lccr9iniaxxcmbciwpcq2vv63inb-profile/bin:/home/luser/.guix-profile/bin:/run/setuid-programs:/run/current-system/profile/bin:/run/current-system/profile/sbin
<skaria>lfam: should i attempt at "removing" and "reinstalling" sbcl?
<skaria>from my understanding that should update symlinks?
<efraim>one of these days when I get enough usb cables and actually set up my home network and hook up all the machines i'll have to give them real names
<efraim>actually, for when I get really annoyed and hammer out the ssh commands I've actually enabled tor->ssh on most of my machines and I 'torify ssh' right in
<efraim>i decided to run make first since we merged master into core-updates
<efraim>maybe something to follow-up on: ./doc/guix.texi:7547: warning: `.' or `,' must follow @xref, not a
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<alezost>skaria: I have not read the full backlog but I see you say your "~/.guix-profile" is a symlink to "/ home/luser/.guix-profile-2-link" - this is the PROBLEM. it should be a link to "/var/guix/profiles/per-user/..."
<skaria>alezost: I'm writing up a bug report, I can send you my draft so you get the full/current story, would you like that?
<alezost>skaria: so when you do "guix package -i" the packages are installed in that "var/guix/..." thing while you still use some other profile
<ng0>I think I know why so many applications for the same purpose exist.. I am not 100% happy with mu4e. but notmuch has its downsides too. the best would be something in between Gnus, neomutt, mu4e and notmuch :/
<catonano_>ng0: and if a fifth option existed, you wold cherry pick some aspect from that too, to be included in your ideal solution ;-)
<ng0>95% of my inbox are mailinglists archives. so having a local, offline equivalent of those online-archives which collect all the emails of some lists is convinient when you've given up on trying to fix the sorting email problem
<ng0>I have this question.. maybe someone had a solution back in 2015, or even 1995
<ng0>so of 1.3million, 90% is just searchable content
<ng0>blists is what openwall uses, it's very small. I've packaged it this week
<ng0>but maybe I even missed the point in the native email format Gnus uses, and the sheer complexity/freedom of configuration was too much in-your-face.. there was wsomething I liked about Gnus until I had to come up with smarter tagging and filtering.