<EternalZenith>Do you use the uuid or the partuuid when defining a filesystem?
<EternalZenith>How do you get an encrypted root partition and unencrypted boot partition to work?
<EternalZenith>The boot entry doesn't even try to decrypt the root even when things are set up how they are shown in the example configs
<nico202>Hi, I'm in the process of moving from NixOS to GuixSD. Does anybody knows a way to setup persistent storage on the USB stick so that I can configure my system in the spare time without having to partition the drives? I'm very low on free space
<roptat>good news: openjdk10 built on core-updates, but it fails in the validate-runpath phase where I get a backtrace
<lfam>That substituteInPlace is one of the many "complications" that the importer won't translate, and it's also the least trivial part
<lfam>I mean, it's not very complicated. It won't be very hard to rewrite it for Guix, but the importer will not really save you any time, in my opinion
<lfam>That importer was more useful in the early days of Guix, when there were not many Guix packages yet, for picking the low-hanging fruit, so to speak
<EternalZenith>I guess now is as good a time as ever to learn how to package things from scratch
<lfam>Also, to clarify my earlier message, I don't see any other "complications" in this Nix package. I meant that most Nix packages have at least one, so the importer won't give you a working package on its own
<lfam>An ideal package can be built with only that, by using its respective build system according to the standard. But, most packages deviate somehow :) Also, dependencies are probably named differently in Nix and Guix, so a human would need to do that too
<lfam>EternalZenith: It's in the output of `guix package --show` and `guix package --search`