<thomassgn>anyone know how to see changes to texinfo documentation in source tree? running 'make info' looks like it does something, but it doesn't say where it puts the result...
<pkill9>don't suppose anyone knows a way to specify a directory for mono to look for a certificates store? I want to wrap it so the user doesn't have to run 'cert-sync --user /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt'
<thomassgn>derp. Ofcourse, it's all gathered into a file called /doc/guix.info or in /doc/guix.html/ ...
<thomassgn>going to sleep, way overdue. :P But sent patches for updating and making the code of conduct more prominent.
<reepca>sneek: later tell uniq10: sorry for the delay... there's been some family chaos lately and I've been away from my desktop (unfortunately it looks like that's going to continue over the weekend). IIRC, I read a note in the nix source about MS_SHARED and it potentially causing problems (in build.cc I believe). So in my situation I changed mount-file-systems, in call-with-container (specifically in mount-file-systems), to first remount
<reepca>everything as MS_PRIVATE when in the new mount namespace (but before running pivot-root). Are you using call-with-container?
<marusich>Huh, the ImageMagick source is back for version 6.9.9-43. I guess I don't need to fix it after all.
<reepca>so all of a sudden my hard drive performance on my GuixSD laptop has become abysmal... not even a restart or anything noticeable triggering it. What have we got packaged for checking the health of those things?
<civodul>IntoxicatedHippo: if you have a checkout of Guix around, could you uncomment the #:log-verbosity thing in guix/ssh.scm and see what it says?
<pkill9>how do i make a manifest consisting of a specified package? i want to use the 'ca-certificate-bundle' function (or whatever it's called) from guix/profiles.scm to produce a ca-certificates.crt file using the certificates from the nss-certs package
<pkill9>the ca-certificates-bundle function takes one arguments called 'manifest'
<pkill9>i think the best workaround would be to generate a profile with the nss-certs input (which will invoke ca-certificates-bundle and create the .crt file) and use that as a package input. How would I go about doing that?
<thomassgn>question. I see some packages variable names have '-version' at the end, but most don't. Are the version added to the variable name when there are two versions packaged? I mean, do we then change it and add a (define-public package-name package-name-with-version)?
<roptat>thomassgn: usually that's when there are more than one version of the package, like python and python-2
<mbakke>Qubes OS uses Xen (not the proprietary XenServer though) and allegedly works fine on laptop.
<vagrantcish>arg. after 3-4 days of guix pull, guix system build, etc. after a few iterations ... a few glitches ... i've got an aarch64-linux guixsd installation on pine64+ ... only problem is i can't figure out the right combination of kernel modules to actually mount the rootfs
<vagrantcish>is there a way to just inject all the modules onto the initrd?
<vagrantcish>i've booted the guix built kernel on debian, using it's initrd ... so i know the kernel works with the hardware
<vagrantcish>and then with arm systems, there are frequently soft module dependencies ... e.g. the module itself doesn't depend on another module, but requires a certain feature to be available, such as a regulator or phy
<civodul>maybe for now you could run "lsmod" in Debian on that box, and then add all that to initrd-modules?
<civodul>vagrantcish: both should work equally well, but probably better than /dev/sda1
<civodul>ACTION seems to be reading half of the lines in the backlog or something :-)
<vagrantcish>civodul: does it require rebuilding the initrd, or should changing --root= from the bootloader work?
<civodul>changing --root in the bootloader should be enough
<ngz>Hello. I'm trying to package some Python application with trivial-build-system (no setup.py or some such in the package). I add some Python inputs. However, once built, when I try to launch the executable, it doesn't find at least one input library.
<ngz>I tried to use (wrap-program executable `("PYTHONPATH" ":" = (,(getenv "PYTHONPATH"))))