<roptat>I'm trying to configure alsa to use pulse by using alsa-plugins:pulseaudio
<roptat>but when running aplay to test my settings, I get ALSA lib dlmisc.c:254:(snd1_dlobj_cache_get) Cannot open shared library /gnu/store/vz126z2n8lbqbry76r2wiydyz5sd3f9a-alsa-lib-1.1.5/lib/alsa-lib/libasound_module_pcm_pulse.so
<roptat>this library is actually at /gnu/store/1br2yr4qw10izz62jl0sfmm0kvbqk6jn-alsa-plugins-1.1.5-pulseaudio/lib/alsa-lib/libasound_module_ctl_pulse.so
<Sleep_Walker>efraim: I'm a bit fighting with go-build-system: package is unpacked into /tmp/guix-build-go-github-com-sirupsen-logrus-1.0.5.drv-0/src/github.com/sirupsen/logrus/logrus-1.0.5 but build expects go files just in github.com/sirupsen/logrus
<Sleep_Walker>#:unpack-path doesn't seem to be helping as I need to strip one level of path
<Sleep_Walker>as it looks like common problem, have you met it? do I use go-build-system wrong?
<ng0>so while tinkering around with my tests and modifications I do at the moment I noticed something odd. gnu/system/file-system (or what the file was) has a service that is supposed to delete the content of /tmp on boot. But: I can not remember a single occasion when this happened. In addition to this, I think the documentation or examples should recommend to create /tmp as a tmpfs so that the files are really
<ng0>just temporary. Everything that needs to be preserved is in other locations anyway.
<ng0>also, if anyone is interested in upgrading the nix package definition, with the recent 2.0 definition you can drop all of its perl dependencies and it builds ;) I need to write a small activation server to make it really work, but compilation and execution worked.
<siraben>ng0: Still doesn't work, sorry. I'll find another way.
<pkill9>hi, I have an issue with my ethernet connection not working after waking up from suspend. NetworkManager just doesn't recognise the wireless connection is available. here's a pastebin of running dhclient and dmesg: https://paste.debian.net/hidden/1e36bf6f/ any help is appreciated
<pkill9>note that enp6s0 is the ethernet connection
<zybell_>pkill9:you have the autoup installed? to detect if cable is connected to ethernet most cards need to be up. Your card needs that too or is it on by default? At least in suspend your card needs to be *down*.
<pkill9>zybell_: i have xfce4 desktop services, not sure if that includes autoup
<siraben>guix build: error: build failed: derivation `/gnu/store/666fnkql7ghzbfmz6ksgva83pm71jsjw-emacs-25.3.drv' may not be deterministic: output `/gnu/store/blv0c3bjy3x4bnymbgzbnvc3x9wpc6w6-emacs-25.3' differs from ‘/gnu/store/blv0c3bjy3x4bnymbgzbnvc3x9wpc6w6-emacs-25.3-check’
<adfeno>I just installed GNU Guix under a foreign distro (Trisquel 8 Flidas, x86_64), contrary to my last install, I'm now taking advantage of the 64-bit support of my computer.
<adfeno>However, I just found out that the `guix pull' seens to be broken. I made some tests by attempting to `guix pull' from older commits, and I found that at least commit "2cc267e07a34737982184433c6cd13ede9551175" doesn't break `guix pull'.
<Sleep_Walker>adfeno: I think you need to be more descriptive on "seems to be broken" :)
<adfeno>I know that the problem started between "8f3448f6374d287b01b021df3e7e43ec5101f9a7" and "892527829cfeff76919e0779ba0997ccdd7424f3", but the bisecting range is still wide.
<adfeno>Sleep_Walker: Sorry, I'll give more information, just give me a minute to get the pieces