<nckx>Oh, I thought you were talking about the ’graphical’ installer. The installation medium definitely supports UEFI.
<nckx>I've never installed on anything else ☺ Weird...
<vixus>the guixsd-install-*-linux.iso certainly supports UEFI, but the image produced by `guix system disk-image gnu/system/install.scm` doesn't seem to be at all bootable and definitely doesn't seem to support UEFI
<nckx>vixus: So you mean that omitting file-system-type doesn't work? What's the use case here?
<buenouanq>whatever difference there is between those is fairly arbitrary
<buenouanq>guix is just a package manager done so right that a whole OS just sort of falls into place out of and around it effortlessly
<buenouanq>praise guix, long live the system distribution!
<joshuaBPMan>Hello, I recently started trying the idea of packaging my .emacs.d as a guix package...Right now it only uses guix instead of use-package. I could use it to package plugins that rely on external tools: lsp, rtags, plugins that rely on nmp packages, etc...
<ebrasca>Result is : "/run/setuid-programs:/home/ebrasca/.config/guix/current/bin:/home/ebrasca/.guix-profile/bin:/home/ebrasca/.guix-profile/sbin:/run/current-system/profile/bin:/run/current-system/profile/sbin"
<kmicu>Did you test signing a commint in a shell (not in Emacs)? Does that work?
<ebrasca>kmicu: Yes in shell work. I need to fix my emacs magic mode.
<joshuaBPMan>Hello, I'm trying to use an external file for iptables rules...
<nckx>Blackbeard[m]: The FILE-NAME field just changes the source directory name in the store (/gnu/store/hash+file-name)
<nckx>This name should contain the package name and some kind of version/commit/revision/...
<resttime>nckx: That didn't seem to do it, it seems to add guix repo to the %load-path of guile trhough GUILE_LOAD_PATH and GUILE_LOAD_COMPILED_PATH but not the libs contained in the store
<resttime>I guess maybe I'm doing something not suppose to be done
*resttime made assumption that because binary installation could do it, it's something normal
<nckx>resttime: Hm. Not necessarily, I just checked and I've installed these libraries to my profile as well, presumably (long ago) to make ‘./pre-inst-env guix’ work. Any reason you prefer not to install them that way?
<nckx>Blackbeard[m]: It's only for the benefit of humans looking at the store and wondering what /gnu/store/ah7ud5eo1ahdu-svn-checkout is. /gnu/store/ah7ud5eo1ahdu-babel-english-1.0 is much more clear ☺