<Digit>just happened to see reminder of guile in passing while thinking of it, and remembering seeing various projects (prominently including guix) that make it seem like a good idea, friendly and tractionable, reconfigurabliscious.
<Digit>also, i suppose hearing someone go on about how ace racket is for guis, i think it might be nice for guile to have some novel gui flexing too. but mostly i think it just a chance passing and melding of two notions.
<vagrantcish>i just ran guix pull and it started downloading the bootstrap binaries as part of the process ...
<vagrantcish>maybe i accidentally disabled substitutes or something
<siraben>vagrantcish: I found that substitutes don't actually help that much...
<siraben>Literally my guix challenge says 99.6% of packages were not substituted
<nckx>siraben, re: substitute decentralization: that thread seems to have stalled waiting for volunteers. Help very welcome!
<siraben>nckx: Huh, I have an idea of how it would work but don't how the current knowledge to write it
<vagrantcish>siraben: i don't know what you mean by not helping much
<nckx>siraben: sounds like a configuration issue; should be closer to 10-20% on average if you're anywhere close to master.
<siraben>vagrantcish: Most of the packages you download initially are build from source anyway
<nckx>siraben: I think most here are sympathetic to Gnunet, but I don't know enough to say whether it's a realistic solution in the near future.
<vagrantcish>i've actually built my first custom guix package ... and tested that it works ... u-boot-puma-rk3399 arm-trusted-firmware-puma-rk3399 and rk3399-cortex-m0 ... i actually might have something contribution-worthy :)
<vagrantcish>this firmware was built decades before the hardware ;)
<efraim>perl is because the graft for perl 5.26.1->5.26.2 was pushed, so it needs to be built to be replaced, subversion because our git is built with subversion support, and we have git->guile-git->guix
<g_bor>I have a test failure, and I'm not sure if it is a real problem, or not. Anyone online who knows how libg is supposed to work?
<buenouanq>I feel silly - But also, I haven't seen that mentioned anywhere about reconfiguring and service stopping...
<snape>don't feel silly, it's definitely not easy to guess
<buenouanq>my next question is going to involve how the certbot service modifies things - it looked yesterday like it was forcing redirections I didn't want by itself and I couldn't figure it out. But I also didn't have nginx working properly it seems so I'll have to play with it all again first.
<snape>I can't find it in the docs either (although there is a comment about it in the code). It would probably be great to add it then.
<nckx>OK, so the terminology did indeed change from ‘renew’ to ‘deploy’ at some point in the past. I'm not sure whether any semantic subtleties did, too. I'll keep using --renew-hook as long as it works.
<snape>buenouanq: I didn't answer your other question... https://paste.debian.net/1020899/ this is the part of the Nginx service that would do the certbot authentication. If your service is a web service, you would need _other_ server blocks pointing to each of your services' directories.
<snape>those other services would listen on port 443
<nckx>hakano: If you didn't set up substitution, you'll be downloading everything needed to compile hello from source, and maybe even some of its dependencies. It'll work, but unless you're paranoid and don't
<nckx>whoops. *trust our build farms, substitution is the way to go.
<nckx>Artisanal home-compiled code won't run any better. We make sure of that, even.
<hakano>hi, I'm still doing my steps and something is not clear to me. There are descriptions in manual that show how ~/.guix-profile is set for root. But I'm not sure if I understand the procesess for the regular user.
<hakano>I could read somewhere that ~/.guix-profile is set automatically when the guix daemon is started. But I think that doesnt work on my machine.
<hakano>I mean should I manually link /var/guix/profiles/per-user/me/guix-profile to ~/.guix-profile? I'm hesitant because there is no description for this.
<bavier`>Sleep_Walker: do you have guix installed to /usr on that OS?
<bavier`>if so, guile is probably auto-loading those installed guix modules rather than the ones from your build tree
<bavier`>just a guess; something I ran into recently
<buenouanq>where all does postgres save it's data and how do I find this out?