<rekahsoft>Hi all, I have been working on packaging rust tools bat and exa..however, I have all crate dependencies defined but when I go to build, my memory consumption continuously climes, implying to me some sort of infinite recursion. How can I track this down?
<olivuser>hello everyone. I have a problem which I as of yet don't quite understand, and I would be pleased if any of you could elucidate the matter for me. I have made first efforts in guix, which relates mainly to the choice of favourable applications for everyday use. I noticed that using no browser (epiphany, eolie, next, surf) I seemed to be able to watch online streamed videos: neither on youtube nor on any other platform. I realised I
<olivuser>was missing components (like ffmpeg, xvid etc) and installed them, but the problem persisted. Now, my question is: are these kinds of online streamings generally impossible to access (due to nasty data-related stuff or something), or do I have to reconfigure the system (guix system reconfigure) for the installed applications (epiphany, eolie) to consider the codecs, or is there another way to go about it? Any help would be greatly
<\\\\\\\\\\\>vagrantc: as for the exact module... I guess I'll have to reboot.
<olivuser>I cant seem to be able to use streaming services like youtube (and similar). Is that due to guix's general policy or is it that I missed something? I installed browsers like epiphany/eolie and noticed the problem. Then I installed codecs (xvid, ffmpeg), but no luck either. Would I manage to get things working with a guix system reconfigure, or does the root of the problem lie elsewhere?
<tune>those things should work. maybe you lack gstreamer
<\\\\\\\\\\\>kind of a nonstarter for a laptop. though, i'm probably going to get something older, smaller, and libre-er. is there an era of thinkpad that's more compatible? i have been eyeing x220/x230
<vagrantc>you might also be able to swap out the wifi with a compatible one
<vagrantc>i've also used some USB dongles with free firmware