<sadiq[m]>i'm on guixSD, so how 'outside' is defined?
<wingo>outside == linking against a path that's not from /gnu/store
<wingo>did you have to add a path to this lib64 dir to your linker path?
<sadiq[m]>hm.. the only thing that is outside of the store is gnome-todo itself. libical is already inside the store. I don't know what's happening
<wingo>having ~/.guix-profile/lib64 link to /gnu/store/libical-..../lib64 is to be expected actually -- the profile is a union of all /lib64 directories in packages you have installed. in this case there is only one package with a /lib64 so it links directly
<wingo>anyway to get around this error you set GUIX_LD_WRAPPER_ALLOW_IMPURITIES=yep in the environment
<wingo>but really we should fix the script to only run this check for binaries to be installed in /gnu/store :P
<wingo>still, you should consider fixing the libical package to install to /lib instead of /lib64
<sadiq[m]>hm.. I tried with GUIX_LD_WRAPPER_ALLOW_IMPURITIES=yep. But I get some different error (from gobject-introspection) which says cc is not found
<wingo>it is ok to have a not-quite-working package, it is a good starting point for others :)
<jherrlin>Hey, I am facing a problem with Grub. I have run =guix system reconfigure ...= a couple of times and every time I run it it will create a new entry in */boot/grub/grub.cfg*. Could i somehow get Grub to always point to the latest generation and for example save only the latest 5 in the Grub submenu?
<jherrlin>the default dont point to =--system=/var/guix/profiles/system-25-link=
<efraim>i watched the arm-bof from the latest debconf, apparently thunderX is 64-bit only, otherwise just about every board should be able to run 32 bit code, and apparently the arm* architectures are all supposed to be bi-endian
<efraim>they also said that a lot of the build/run errors are from packages bundling old versions of libgc from old versions of glibc
<ng0>sneek: later tell efraim: I ran out of diskspace for some days until I notied that the 25GB I still had free before I started weren't enough for offline-snapshot of gnunet.org ;)