<sneek>htsr, nckx says: Note that --cores only affects build phases that respect something like ‘make -j’. Some don't. You can use --max-jobs build more *packages* in parallel. However, this means you'll have anything from 1 to (* cores jobs) jobs running at once (-c6 -M6 = possible load average of 36). You'll need to find a balance.
<sneek>Formbi, nckx says: Someone was able to reproduce your bug: https://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/bugreport.cgi?bug=37688 . Seems likely that ‘--fallback’ was a red herring; the command simply happened to work the second time because it's somewhat random. Not good, but at least you're not alone.
<dongcarl>I want to reply to him as he seemed like he wants to contribute back: "What I haven’t gotten to yet, is using Guix to study, change and maybe even contribute back to projects. This includes Guix itself. The [guix enviornment] command is critical in this field."
<bluekeys>Ahh, it's a little complicated for me... I really don't understand scheme at all yet. leoprikler, i'm trying to read what you've referenced in my emacs, but lots of characters are not displaying properly, if I could fix that, then I could read the manual. The characters are showing as squares with 4 characters inside