<nee`>g_bor[m]: Thank you very much for that link yesterday. I just managed to build openrct2 0.2.0 after unsetting the include path variables and removing -Werror from the cmake file.
<brendyn>when i run 'mount -t foo bar/ baz', mount searches for /run/current-system/profile/sbin/mount.foo , but not ~/.guix-profile/... or anything like that, even though I have util-linux installed locally
<pkill9>brendyn: try logging in and then out, and try again
<mbakke>I think the problem is that you only had the "grafted" ghc in your profile, and the ungrafted version had been garbage collected. This was enough to satisfy `guix package -u` (no changes), but `guix package -i` (and dry-run) wants the ungrafted variant as well.
<mbakke>You can test it by running `guix gc -d $(guix build --no-grafts ghc)`, and then try to upgrade and install again.
<wigust->thomassgn: Do logs in ‘/var/log/cups/’ contain something useful? Also you could archive ‘/var/cache/cups’ (I assume it's a problem) with ‘# tar czf cups.tar.gz /var/cache/cups’ and play with it, e.g. ‘# chmod -R 777 /var/cache/cups’.
<ng0>was there someone working on initial Nitrokey support?
<pkill9_>i must warn people, that if GuixSD installation image loads in legacy boot mode, then it will not see the efi stuff, or maybe it's just this BIOS
<pkill9_>either way, proprietary system are aggravating
<ng0>maybe this is fixed on some branch, but I have no time to look into this today
<pkill9_>also good news, running guix system init on an existing installation didn't hose my user data, bad news is it hosed the cache and also weechat seems to have permission problems with my user's weechat directory, therefore i'm suing guix for everything they owe me