<mange>I think "unsupported manifest format" is when the profile was built by a more recent, and incompatible, version of guix than what you're currently using. At least, that's where I've seen that before.
<mange>It's hard to help with the backtrace without actually seeing it. Can you make a paste of it?
<lyr3>Too bad, I will reinstall and redo all of it again.
<lyr3>About the unsupported manifest, that happened always after a guix pull (user)
<mange>So you ran guix pull as a regular user, then guix package -i failed as that user?
<jeko>g_bor[m]: in resolv.conf I found "nameserver 10.0.2.3"
<g_bor[m]>jeko: it seems that routing information is somehow missing. What is the output of ip addr show ens3?
<g_bor[m]>jeko: also, can you ping 10.0.2.2? (this ping should work)
<numerobis>Hello guix! I've got another question regarding build reproducibility. Suppose that I wrote a small program X, that depends on a series of libraries, and that I want the results generated using program X to be reproducible. If I write a guix package for it, the result of the build will still depend on the guix distribution, right? (i.e., doing 'guix pull' might change the resulting executable, if the
<numerobis>derivations of some of the dependencies change.) Is there a way to specify a git commit of the guix distribution in the package definition, or something like that? Or does the goal of reproducibility only apply to packages in the guix tree? Thank you!
<jeko>g_bor[m]: between tries the network interface changes and i lost the seam
<jeko>g_bor[m]: now I can download part of hello but there is a disk space issue. i think i will be able to manage it now
<jeko>g_bor[m]: thank you very much for helping me
<jeko>g_bor[m]: and... ping doesn't work in vm haha !
<g_bor[m]>jeko: you are welcome! I have also run into disk space issues earlier, the image should be resized. I did not realized the limitation of ping, it is not the limitation of vm, but the qemu user mode network. I'm not affedted, as my vms run on bridged network.
<g_bor[m]>jeko: I have also used a customized installation medium to provision my vms recently.
<g_bor[m]>jeko: I'm glad, that you finally could get it working.
<jeko>g_bor[m]: have a nice day, I leave the channel! thank you again