<nee`>PotentialUser-25 kmicu the last php-fpm news is probably from 2011, because it was incorperated into php itself. News about php-fpm are in the php release NEWS. php-fpm It keeps warmed up php processes around to make quicker responses when php pages are requested.
<nee`>The php-fpm executable is in the php package
<ng0>yes :) but I'm asking as a developer, to see what my approach to the file someone in our project bundled as the linux version ~10 years ago could be
<ng0>I have several ideas, but first I want to check how common the file is now
<ng0>I know the file exists on NetBSD, and that is also in FreeBSD (because of the check in line in the file) and that except for the copyright there is almost no significant difference to the one we bundle. which made me look into this, because I don't like bundling stuff
<ng0>it's in the sourcecode of main linux in net/, so I think it depends on a specific kernel configuration
<ng0>I'll know more once I can use a browser again
<g_bor[m]>civodul: i have two questions. 1. How should we coordinate on the issue we are mailing with Outreachy? Should we move the thread to some public ml, or should the maintainers for an appropriate plan? 2. The mail abot the RB summit just fell into my mailbox. Should we start some coordination in the guix community, or everyone participating should do everything individually? I ask this because the location is a bit further away
<spk121>hello guix people. So I noticed that in the Automake repo, it comes with a test-driver.scm. In a comment it says it is Guix's srfi-64 test harness. Is there a repo you can point me to that uses this, so I can see how it works in practice?
<civodul>spk121: you can look at Guix or Guile-Gcrypt, for instance
<raingloom>hrmmm, could someone help with installing a ghc package? i imported it from hackage, it had a filing test that i disabled for now (just need it for a quick script) and installed it, but ghc(i) can't find it.
<raingloom>(it's listed in my profile by guix package --list-packages)
<rekado>civodul: it’s not the same issue as before.
<sirmacik1>hey guix. Quick question: what's your strategy for installing packages? Do you keep a list of all of them in config.scm or you rather keep the minimal valuable system packages there and install all others on your user profile?
<raingloom>...maybe i skipped a step when entering the environment for the local branch...... hmm.
<rekado>sirmacik1: I never add user packages to the system config.
<rain>roptat, ok, i still don't get it after all. i guix pulled in my profile, i merged master in the local checkout, i ran an upgrade from the local checkout, but ghc-unicode-show is still installed with the wrong ghc version :/
<rain>but i gotta go, so i'll have to debug this later
<roptat>rain, probably "ghc" the variable is not the same as "the latest version of anything named ghc"
<roptat>mh... that's a weird one, I have defined a record with define-record-type* with a mandatory field, data-directory
<roptat>if I try to create an object of that record type, it tells me data-directory is mandatory
<roptat>"missing field initializers (data-directory) in form (home)"
<roptat>but if I try to use "(home (data-directory ""))", it tells me data-directory is not bound
<Tirifto>joshuaBPMan: I've been using Guix with my main user on this computer, but I have recently created a new user, and can't figure out how to use Guix there. The new user seems to have no Guix profile, and when I try to run Guix, it advises me to run ‘guix pull’ followed by ‘guix package -u’ (I think), even though I already ran those. I figure I need to take some steps to set Guix up so that the new user may use it…
<Tirifto>Oh, and I'm running Parabola GNU+Linux-libre, not Guix System.
<joshuaBPMan>Tirifto: I thunk you need to run "guix pull" as the new user.
<joshuaBPMan>I would imagine that that would create your profile for you new user.
<Tirifto>efraim: Alright; ‘guix pull’ didn't do the trick, so I'll give that a try… actually I guess GNU Hello is perfect for this. :P
<Tirifto>Minall: I've read in various places that Deepin is free software, but I have not checked the project myself.
<Tirifto>Deepin Desktop Environment*, sorry. I guess the Deepin OS does have non-free bits. :)
<roptat>Tirifto, just use "guix install" and friends, no?
<roptat>if you've already run "guix pull" (as user, not root or sudo), you should have the latest version running (make sure ~/.config/guix/current/bin is first in your $PATH, and run "hash guix" (no output))
<Tirifto>roptat: I'll see if that works; I was just unsure of whether it's working as intended when it kept asking me to do ‘guix pull’ and ‘guix package -u’ even though I kept doing them.
<Tirifto>I don't have a profile on that user yet, but I'll add it there if it's not in the path yet!
<roptat>guix package should add the profile by itself when you first run it
<roptat>you should have a .config/guix/current symlink if you ran guix pull though
<roptat>it's not the same as the user profile, which is ~/.guix-profile
<alloy>When I use offloading, why isn't my local machine used for building anymore?
<roptat>I'm having some troubles with a derivation. I created one with gexp->derivation, and tried to build it, but in the builder #$output is replaced by a read of the out environment variable, which is evaluated to #f when building the derivation
<roptat>(I use (build-derivations store drv) to build my derivation)
<roptat>the drv file has references to the output and seems to specify the out environment variable correctly
<rekado>eric-freedombox: you can either downgrade to a previous profile generation, or you can install a package via an inferior linked to a previous version of Guix, or build a package variant using the previous version string and hash.
<pinoaffe_>Hi, a guix system of mine died, the configuration files I used for input were lost, is there a way to recover the list of packages in an active profile and/or the system config for the current generation?
<rekado>gnu_srs: that doesn’t answer my question :) You should try to reproduce this outside of the configure script.
<OriansJ>anyone else notice an issue with /gnu/store/2qxdvq5mckri0p4wf9a7w7cicrl5ijw2-file-roller-3.28.0 ; To be specific the following error message "GLib-GIO-ERROR **: 14:43:21.542: Settings schema 'org.gnome.FileRoller.Listing' is not installed"
<gnu_srs>rekado: guile repl; No such file or directory: "/.../guix/guix/repl"
<nickey>hi guys! is `pass` password manager unwanted on guix, or just nobody still needet it?
<pkill9>nickey: `pass` is packaged in guix as `password-store`
<nickey>pkill9: oh... thank you... I didn't found it
<Parra>rekado: what do you mean? they are .so files
<Parra>basically it's a c/c++ library that will be used from pip, npm, nuguet, etc.. so basically I want to achieve portable distributables for all architectures in order to provision this package managers
<Parra>well but it's possible, right? what's the problem with pack?
<guixgoldfish>Hi all I've installed GNU Guix few day ago in a virtual machine and had to learn how to pull, install and delete with guix. GNU IceCat and LibreOffice are not in my first language but in english. Is there any work around to get them locale? Thanks in advance.