<joshuaBPMan>Hello, I'm playing around with guile-charting. To get it to work do I need to install guile-charting and it's dependancies: cairo guile-cairo? Or is guix smart enough to pull in the dependancies?
<atw>joshuaBPMan: it should be sufficient to install the package guile-charting
<kmicu>Hi folks, did you try to setup GuixSD on a “legacy BIOS” with a seperate GPT boot parition? I assume my BIOS doesn’t support GPT cuz it gives me ‘GRUB _’ prompt and nothing else but that could be also a misconfiguration. 🤷
<ng0>whoever introduced changes to the UI should run more tests with it. I don't mean it in a negative way, but some build (no idea which one, I'm in a long series of builds) just broke the output in a way that I'm only getting gibberish for the renmaining tail of buildlogs. iirc vim builds (specifically: the testsuite) would do something similar to your open terminal.
<tune>roptat: sorry for the delay, I was away from my computer and it was annoying to do some of it over ssh without a mouse. here's my guix version and some hopefully helpful info from that log: https://paste.debian.net/1049582/
<g_bor>I need some assistance with icedtea reproducibility.
<g_bor>One of the differing files exhausts my memory when trying to compare using diffoscope.
<g_bor>It is ...icedtea-1.13.13-jdk/jre/lib/amd64/server/libjvm.so
<g_bor>Could someone have a look, and possibly send me back the diffoscope output?
<janneke>g_bor: have you tried finding the link command: *.o -> libjvm.so and run cmp/diff on those?
<g_bor>janneke: not yet. Thanks for the idea. Will have a look.
<g_bor>Now I have only 4 files differing, and two of them are timestamp differences only, one has a timestamp difference, and something else (maybe fixing the timestamp is enough, if it is a checksum) and this libjvm.so :)
<roptat>bzp: hydra (our substitute server) is offline for maintenance, while berlin (our second substitute server) doesn't have substitutes for guix 0.15, nor for the last revision
<roptat>bzp: that means you'll need either to run with "--fallback" (building everythnig locally) or use "guix pull" firt to use a more recent revision that berlin has substitutes for
<roptat>but hm... I'm also getting 504 and using --fallback only leads guix to try and download things in a loop...
<kmicu>Before restarting I’ve checked grub.cfg and there there is ‘set root to the paritition that contains /gnu/store’. And my /gnu/store is not on the same subvolume as root fs. Let’s hope for the best and restart anyway.