<solene>hello, I made a disk-image of my system, that works and it even boots correctly on my office laptop \\o/ but I'm surprised that a disk-image doesn't contains the configuration file used to produce it
<solene>also, I'm using guix from my usb memory, is it persistent ?
<efraim>I just realized if I was going to the gnu hacker meetup I could pick that up
<efraim>that would probably be a good desktop upgrade for me :)
<solene>I downloaded a linux binary and would like to start it but that doesn't work for some reason, I think it's not able to find glib or stuff like this ? How can I launch it, using guix environment ?
<efraim>it seems we need '--enable-xwayland' in our mesa package
<solene>civodul: is there any way to register cow-store as a service to start it ? I'm going to try to do what it does, manually
<Apteryx>Hi! I'm trying to add an 'extra-special-file' service to create a file named: "/etc/bluetooth/main.conf", but during 'guix system reconfigure' I get: guix system: error: build failed: invalid character `/' in name `/etc/bluetooth/main.conf'. Any idea?
<civodul>solene: you'd have to somehow borrow that code from (gnu system install)
<civodul>it's probably not very useful outside of the install image context
<solene>hmm, I don't think that doing the cow-store function by hand is usable easily. I will also need to create a GID and maybe some others stuff. Even if I get it to boot, I'm not sure that the install process has be done correctly
<civodul>solene: "#$" is again that g-expression thing i liked above
<roelj>Is there a function to determine the absolute path to a scheme module that contains a package? (to, for example, print the absolute path instead of gnu/packages/....scm in the 'location:' field when searching?
<roelj>%distro-root-directory does play nice with GUIX_PACKAGE_PATH.