<TaoHansen[m]>man GuixSD is really frustrating. GNOME stopped building so okay, trashed that, i'll just use the Emacs X Window Manager like i'm used to. tore out %gnome-desktop-service, rebuilt, started up EXWM, everything was tiny. no problem, i'll just install xrdb, write a new .xsession since the default SLIM should source it. nope. okay, tear out all of %desktop-services, replace with %base-services, install xinit and rebuild.
<TaoHansen[m]>that's where i left off. every rebuild takes ages because for some reason GuixSD needs to compile everything over again from scratch? why does it do that?
<TaoHansen[m]>every single build where i trash and replace something, GuixSD for whatever reason rebuild really basic packages i know it has already.
<Apteryx>In my opinion (and it might not work like this currently), when mounting an existing root in the installer, it should be possible to to redownload/rebuild the dependencies which are already found in the /gnu/store... But maybe that's not possible currently for some reason?
<Apteryx>If you can reproduce, you should see something like: ERROR: Throw to key `gnutls-error' with args `(#<gnutls-error-enum An unimplemented or disabled feature has been requested.> peer-certificate-status)'.
<Apteryx>The same file uri works fine over other substitute servers such as berlin.
<Apteryx>civodul: I'm close to have a script that validates or invalidates the 650ish dynamically generated archives that we get from github for our packages, but am having some issue with managing ports. If you have some bandwith, here's one of the procedure: the dynamic-wind somehow closes the ports I open in the let above. Advice welcome! http://paste.lisp.org/display/358456
<civodul>Apteryx: "An unimplemented or disabled feature has been requested."?