<OriansJ>DoublePlusGood23: Starting only with a 280 byte Hex monitor, bootstrap everything required to build GCC and the Guix framework thus solving the trusting trust attack once and for all
<OriansJ>If you were to take a look, https://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/stage0/ you would see there is a working Text editor, various hex assemblers, a line Macro assembler, a Forth and a garbage collected compacting lisp and all of it can be reproduced perfectly
<OriansJ>CharlieBrown: EDIT->PREFERENCES->ADVANCED->NETWORK->SETTINGS in iceCat, add 127.0.0.1 port 9050 as a socks proxy and then you should be able to hit tor sites like this http://3g2upl4pq6kufc4m.onion/
<CharlieBrown>OriansJ: I already did that. Like I said, Tor works. But, onion sites do not load.
<OriansJ>CharlieBrown: Socks5 and remote DNS selected?
<Apteryx>Git worktree/GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH question: I have my main guix install under ~/src/guix; I just finished a new package in a git subtree at ~/src/guix-emacs-dvc. I want to test it; What should I do? I tried setting GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH to ~/src/guix-emacs-dvc, but it still cannot find it.
<Apteryx>I could retarget my ~/.config/guix/latest to point to ~/src/guix-emacs-guix but I'd rather not do that.
<Apteryx>maybe easiest is just to checkout ~/src/guix to my dev branch which has emacs-dvc in it, but that kinds of defeat the idea of working with git worktrees in the first place... Thoughts?
<dadinn>kkebreau: indeed it is very scheme-able (Clojure itself is more Scheme than CL). The main point is any config data structure would be much more human readable if KV maps would have their own reader macro. This ignoring the extensiblity features, tagging expressions with #something. Thanks I will montion it on the #guile channel
<j-r>What's the proper way to add additional keys to to authorized-keys in (guix-configuration)? I've tried.. (guix-service-type config => (guix-configuration (inherit config) (authorized-keys (cons* (plain-file "thor.jamestechnotes.com.pub" "(pub....)\\n") %default-authorized-guix-keys))))))
<j-r>I've tried various (cons*) (list) to try to add to the default-authorized-guix-keys, to no avail.
<j-r>If I leave off the %default-authorized-guix-keys and just add my key, that works, but I don't the default keys.
<j-r>The manual says authorized-keys should be a gexp, but I don't really understand how to create such a thing in this context.
<kkebreau>j-r: Try putting "#~" (without the quotes) before your plain-file call, like this...
<j-r>We are moving to Ubuntu at $WORK. One of my tasks in the coming weeks is to evaluate packaging our in-house apps as debs or snaps (and me being, well me) will throw guix into the mix ;) Does anyone use guix (or know of someone) in a large enterprise?
<Apteryx>Are diff & patch always going to be in the system profile? Or should I refer to the store items explicitly?
<ng0>kkebreau: it happens only with mpv, mplayer is okay
<ng0>j-r: actually it's ontopic.. and there are some, but I don't know who
<ng0>at least 1 person, and multiple institute admins
<j-r>ng0: I am trying to add another. The beta label scares management..
<j-r>I'm also preparing to give a talk on functional package management at southeast linux fest next month. Hopefully I can manage to do such a thing.
<ng0>I'm curious if someone is running GuixSD in virtualization envrionment.. the isolation of services we started is good, but does this really mean running 1 system on 1 baremetal host is a good idea now in case you have lots of computing power and different services to run
<rekado>j-r: I’m using Guix (and GuixSD) at the bioinformatics institute where I work.
<rekado>j-r: most of the scientific software that’s to be used with the big cluster is provided by Guix.
<ng0>my mx server running GuixSD hasn't blown up in my face yet, so for a minimal size email server GuixSD is out of beta. Would be cool to add all the OpenSMTPD files into the service as well and not just static files. but it works.
<davidl>ng0: could you please share the SD conf file for that setup?
<ng0>you're the second person asking, I guess I should put relevant parts in a repository next week.
<ng0>university applications are open, so I have to focus on that at the moment. I'll do it as soon as I can :)
<davidl>yeah, no rush. I'll be grateful no matter when you to it :-)
<ng0>I start university at an unfortunate time. For a long period we had no fees on university, and now there are some political parties who want to change it again (or have an very ambivalent opinion) for the federate state I'm in.