<Apteryx_>so far havn't had any luck getting some init files sourced (.bashrc for e.g.) when using ssh commands (which is required by guix offload)... This seems way harder than it should be. Maybe we should make Guix offload to source $HOME/.guix-profile/etc/profile itself? The Bash mechanisms are scarce and failing me (non-interactive, non-login --> I must define BASH_ENV in ~/.ssh/environment, yet it doesn't work...)
<rekado_>pkill9: Python packages propagate their dependencies and you seem to have a package with its dependencies installed, then updated Guix, and then installed another package that propagates dependencies that are already in the profile but at different versions.
<rekado_>since there’s no good way to deal with conflicting files in a profile Guix tells you that you’ll end up with a profile where some packages would arbitrarily be picked over other variants.
<rekado_>1) use a manifest – this ensures that all packages come from the same version of Guix
<rekado_>2) upgrade (the relevant parts of) your profile
<pkill9>ah i worked out the issue, one package uses python-kitchen as an input, which includes python-chardet, and another package has python-chardet as an input, and the python-chardet in python-kitchen is a different output to just using python-chardet as an input
<pkill9>is there a way to have GuixSD reload a kernel module when waking up from suspend?
<roptat>I'm trying to remove embedded dependencies in a snippet via (for-each delete-file-recursively (find-files "." "lib"))
<roptat>but the result still contains "lib" folders
<mbakke>roptat: try adding #:directories? #t to the find-files invokation.
<Apteryx_>Hmm... guix offload journey part 3: I now get: guix offload: error: build failed: implementation cannot deal with > 32-bit integers. Any clues on what that means, or why I get this? The foreign machine is 64 bit capable.
<Apteryx_>(to fix the authentication problem I had to fix permissions on the /usr/local/etc/guix directory -> chmod 755)
<efraim>Is the daemon up to date on both machines?
<antilope>how do I add 'alsa' or 'pulseaudio' sound?
<antilope>I need to configure my twm 'awesome' in debian is in '/ etc / usr / share / doc / awesome /', I can not find in guix where is it?
<thomassgn>ah, sorry, I'm not very good at paying attention, antilope. :)
<thomassgn>I'm not familiar with DWM, but will have a look. For configuration of things not in the guix config I use stow and a git repo. Because it contains a few things like ssh keys and similar I don't have it online. But I'll look over it and see if I can describe it for you.