<OriansJ>quiliro: running find /gnu/store/ -iname gnome-terminal will find all of the previous gnome-terminal binaries and you can full path try to run them, which can be a short term work around until it can be fixed if roll back is not an option
<roelj>Hm, but it makes sure the icons for programs installed with Guix show up in the GNOME shell..
<roelj>In my case, changing ~/.bash_profile and restarting gdm doesn't make a difference. I need to reboot for changes to apply. Do you know what needs to be done to avoid rebooting? Then I can quickly iterate and pinpoint the actual problem..
<rekado>libfive depends on a more recent version of OpenGL, which was not supported on my X200 IIRC. I’m certain it doesn’t work on the Thinkpad T60. I’m not 100% sure if I actually tried it on my X200 (or if the laptop had died before then)
<bricewge>rekado: Thanks for sharing libfive, you made my day!
<vagrantc>epiphany on core-updates seems to be missing an input or something ... builds fine, but fails to run complaining about some library it can't find