<epimrphsm>I've sent an email to firstname.lastname@example.org hopefuly it will be registered on the tracker eventually :)
<reepca>Hmm, after reconfiguring my system recently I can't seem to ssh in anymore - I just get "connection closed by 127.0.0.1 port 22" all of a sudden
<reepca>it prompts for password and everything, but as soon as I provide it it just closes the connection
<efraim>reepca: iirc that happened to me when I reconfigured after the core-updates merge but hadn't rebooted yet
<tuete>Hey hey. I wonder how I can retrieve information about packages installed in GuixSD via the system configuration. So let's say I've configured htop among %base-packages in config.scm. How can I now use guix or guix package to find out which version is installed. Or how can I even find out which command belongs to which package? Like in debian: dpkg -S $(which free)
<samplet>efraim: You’re right. I was thinking about the “which version” part of the question.
<tuete>efraim: Thanks for the commands. That is a good start for me to investigate.. Like the readlink command.
<tuete>samplet: Thanks! That is also very useful. Can you please elaborate shortly what /run/current-system/profile is? I tried to understand it, but I missed it in the documentation.
<janneke>samplet: you've got mail; anything you want to discuss please do!
<samplet>tuete: It is the profile constructed for the currently running system. Just like you have a profile, the system has a profile, too. It has all the packages used as part of your “operating-system” declaration.
<tuete>So it does not belong to a particular user..? Thank you.
<samplet>tuete: I just looked at “/var/guix/profiles”, and there is the system profile (and its generations) and a “per-user” directory, so no. It belongs to the system. You’re welcome!
<tuete>And I have another one :). Which command do I need to invoke to suspend my system? And which one would be the one for hibernate?
<samplet>tuete: “loginctl suspend” and “loginctl hibernate” AFAIK.
<tuete>There is no loginctl at all in my system :D.
<samplet>tuete: Maybe I got it as part of GNOME. I’m not sure how to do it without it.
<samplet>janneke: I am happy to pull Gash into Geesh. I think you are right that we should start with a message to guix-devel. I will write it later tonight (Eastern time).
<samplet>I imagine that we would keep the “Gash” name (since it is better).
<tuete>samplet: I think elogind-service might be of help. I am not using X, so it wasn't installed. I will install it now and see.