<vagrantcish>irssi: error while loading shared libraries: libperl.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
<vagrantcish>switching to the previous generation, and irssi works again
<vagrantcish>in other news, any idea how to temporarily disable suspend on lid close?
<nordstrom>Has anyone had any success getting smartcards to work? Specifically a Nitrokey? Something tells me this has something to do with udev rules, which I've attempted to add to my system config, to no avail. I get the 'ol "selecting openpgp failed: No such device".
<nordstrom>vagrantcish, are you using tlp? Because tlp can handle that nicely.
<rekado_>you will need it in the environment of the guix-daemon itself, i.e. the daemon’s environment needs to have GUIX_LOCPATH set to the lib/locale directory of the glibc-locales package (or the profile containing it)
<siraben>rekado_: I did that, I set GUIX_LOCPATH but it still didn't work.
<pkill9>'While the Firefox source code from the Mozilla project is free software, they distribute and recommend non-free software as plug-ins and addons. Also their trademark license imposes requirements for the distribution of modified versions that make it inconvenient to exercise freedom 3.'
<siraben>pkill9: Well, free software is all about legal matters.
<rekado_>I’m using a Purism Librem 13 now. Before that I had a Thinkpad X200s with libreboot. (Flashed with the zerocat flasher.)
<rekado_>at the same time I’m afraid to damage or scratch it.
<pkill9>yes i believe the issues raised are related to their use of coreboot, which includes binary blobs, and newer generation of Intel processors which come with the management engine, though you said they disabled it
<siraben>rekado_: It's heavy? I imagine the Thinkpad is heavier, no?
<rekado_>the Thinkpad was thicker, but the Librem feels very heavy for it’s size.
<buenouanq>snape: I'd like to run a Guile Web server service that comes up on boot and restarts if something goes wrong - Seems simple enough given what I've read about Shepherd services, but I have no examples to work from.
<siraben>rekado_: How come you don't have the parts of the Thinkpad? :p what did you do?
<nckx>siraben: hyda.gnu.org is just a single VM somewhere in the FSF area (Boston?). No fancy CDN. 77kB/s is quite slow, though; I get at least a few 100 in EU.
<siraben>Lol all the way, halfway around the world to Thailand
<roptat>I've just pushed my patches to make the manual translatable!
<vagrantc>hmmm... if i pass --substitute-urls on the commandlind, it seems like the guix builders only use those substitutes for certain things, but still use the default substitutes
<vagrantc>like, the thing i'm explicitly requesting a build for gets downloaded, and maybe the source files, for the initial build ... but ... transitive? inputs and such still seem to get downloaded from the default substitute