<kmicu>Ah, yes, WebRTC is modified to prevent leaks, not disabled. I see how “Disabled antifeatures: … WebRTC tunned…’ phrasing could suggest that WebRTC was removed. You could file a 1734th issue on https://github.com/vector-im/riot-web/issues to notify them that their app is buggy :P
<Hiroteru>Hi. I'm trying to mount a 'sshfs' filesystem using a system configuration file. but this doesn't work. When the generated systed is launched, it says "waiting for partition 'user@hostname:/' to appear..." and doesn't boot. (the file system definition http://paste.lisp.org/+7L9J)
<Hiroteru>I have no way to see what's in the `/etc/fstab` file, it seems to be created after the first boot :/
<cbaines>Hiroteru, can you get the system to boot by using a previous system generation?
<Hiroteru>cbaines: if I delete the part of code that tries to mount a sshfs, I can boot. (not sure this answers yout question ?)
<Hiroteru>I'll try the `mount? #f` anyway, i can't believe i didn't think of it, thanks :-)
<rekado>I’m wondering if we can express both grafts and Pjotr’s no-root HPC hack as ‘post-processing’ steps.
<rekado>it would be nice if a user could specify reference rewrite hooks.
<rekado>I can’t think of another use case for this, but it would be very handy for non-root HPC deployment to a user-owned prefix.
<thomasd>only tangentially related: if a package requires multiple grafts, is this properly taken care of? i.e. if 2 inputs of package A need to be grafted, do we graft A -> A' -> A''? Or are all grafts applied in a single go?
<thomasd>because i've sometimes seen the same store item get grafted twice, to different output store items. (“grafting A->A'..”, “grafting A->A''”), and wondered if that was suspicious or not :)
<efraim>ludo did work a while back to make sure propagated inputs also got grafted, iirc
<efraim>as for your actual question, commit d4da602e4c28d704ee04ec57887fa14b134c7ebb sounds like it should only graft everything once
<efraim>so that together with c22a1324e64d6906be5e9a8e64b8716ad763434a for recursive grafts should take care of it
<ng0>In general it is functional, I've been using it for a while now :)
<efraim>no problem, i'll take a look at some of the other patches for a bit
<ng0>yeah, it even accepts my keyboards volume controls :)
<ng0>does someone know how Mate packages are compatible to each other? I picked the 1.18.x series as it is the current stable. I think that .x is patch-release and therefore compatible to all packages in this series
<ng0>But we'd notice if something would be incompatible
<ng0>least the user experience of shells which are not bash in Guix (not changing the default supported shell, I know this will never happen but we should at least try to make it less akward to use the shells which can run into problems).
<ng0>efraim: 15 patches, with the last one included (mate, meta package used to test this all)
<ng0>not that I expect you to review them now, just to tell you the number increased a bit :)