<LuNaTicPanDora>I'm having some problems with the usb installation of GuixSD. When I try to boot from usb grub is loaded and produces an error(error: unknown filesystem.) It then enters grub rescue mode and that's where I'm stuck. Has anyone come across this before?
<janneke>LuNaTicPanDora: does not ring a bell, can you post your config.scm to paste.lisp.org?
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<buenouanq>janneke: that sounds like LuNaTicPanDora hasn't even gotten that far yet
<buenouanq>LuNaTicPanDora: have you tried erasing the flash drive and reburning the installation image to it?
<Apteryx>Loading gnu/packgaes/python.scm in Geiser causes it to use 100% CPU, 1GB of RAM and become unresponsive. It is only me?
<alezost>Apteryx: perhaps this module (and the other ones) was not compiled. How did you load it in Geiser?
<temp_trisquel>It looks like Wesnoth developers will allow non-free add-ons.
<adfeno>#guix: I take a copy of what I said in #fsf:
<adfeno>Not exactly non-free per see... But *can* pose some issues to GNU FSDG compliant distros. The GNU FSDG is somewhat strictier in regards to what is allowed in free distros. Wesnoth's UMC licensing change does pose an issue because this means that the third-party repository will no longer be commited to comply with the GNU FSDG. third-party = UMC
<adfeno>This probably means that GNU FSDG-compliant distros will have to modify the "add-ons downloader" so as not to download from UMC.
<temp_trisquel>Has somebody written a message for me on this channel before?
<adfeno>temp_trisquel: Not since the last reconnect
<ng0>but... I am not sure if we can include the shell, I have to check. I guess not.. checking next week
<ng0>actually I think we can.. but I'll doubvle check
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<Apteryx>sneek: later tell alezost I loaded it using "C-c . u" (using Guix extensions). Geiser was starter with either run-geiser or C-c C-a. I'm using worktrees with Git, but I'm finding that it's very easy to get confused with the load-paths if not careful.
<sneek>alezost, Apteryx says: I loaded it using "C-c . u" (using Guix extensions). Geiser was starter with either run-geiser or C-c C-a. I'm using worktrees with Git, but I'm finding that it's very easy to get confused with the load-paths if not careful.