<efraim>jonsger: for libstdc++-boot0, change the 'make-libstdc++' function take gcc-7
<efraim>i thought about changing it for aarch64, since the comment didn't apply to me, but it wasn't necessary
<efraim>raghav-gururajan: at the bottom add (define my-spice-gtk (package (inherit spice-gtk) (inputs `(("vala" ,vala) ,@(package-inputs spice-gtk))))) and use 'my-spice-gtk' instead of 'spice-gtk' in gnome-boxes
<efraim>hopefully for this we won't need to change the configure-flags too
<efraim>debian builds it '--with-vala' but i'm hoping it picks it up automatically
<nckx>vertigo_38: Did you see my question about your printer above?
<nckx>I'm curious what kind of set-up you have that still needs drivers.
<nckx>But then I don't have experience with recent HP models; maybe their IPP support is crap 🙂
<vertigo_38>nckx: I'll give that a try! I just wonder, if I set it up properly (I have ~antivirus~ in ~use-package-modules~ and ~clamav~ in ~packages~, nothing else...). Regarding printing -- I just came in, can't read the above. Here I have an OfficeJet Pro 6970 and printing goes nicely now!
<nckx>Until then, try whether manually creating a valid /etc/clamav/whatever.conf works (no need to reconfigure). It won't be lost over reboots.
<nckx>vertigo_38: If there's any way to treat the PageWide as a ‘network’ (IPP Everywhere) printer, try that first. It should™ expose all the model-specific options just dandy without need for a driver.
<vertigo_38>nckx: but maybe I get you regarding cups it was kind of a strange experience -- I'm here cabled with my laptop (until a proper usb-wlan-dongle arrives, hopefully until end of the week), and my printer is connected wlan-only. Could be a strange mix?
<nckx>vertigo_38: Is your printer on the same LAN as your laptop? Put differently: if you click ‘Find New Printers’ in CUPS's /admin, does it show your printer?
<nckx>If so, you shouldn't even ‘add’ it to CUPS (according to official CUPS dogma). It should show up in all print dialogues merely by being on-line, and you should use it that way.
<vertigo_38>nckx: it is. it shows, but when I use the ipp-driver, I end up with "raw-printer-protocol[...]" as a driver in the printer overview. So, yes I see it, but the default ipp-everywhere driver does not really seem to be accepted in cups
<vertigo_38>nckx: since I selected the driver from hpcups, things are good!
<nckx>vertigo_38: Happy to hear that 🙂 Did you get freshclam to run?
<vertigo_38>nckx: sorry, I was at another place when I thought I didn't send the message regarding the PageWide! Kind of stupid to fire up IRC, sorry. I got it going there directly through the gnome printing app, but at first, only libreoffice saw it, not gimp and inkscape
***daviid is now known as Guest95982
<vertigo_38>nckx: in other words, I'm rather happy with the implementation here :)
<nckx>Yeah, LibreOffice sometimes has a different opinion about your printer than standard Gnome applications, even though they should both get the same info from CUPS. Not sure why.
*nckx .oO ’why's my SSD almost full’ du -hs ~/.cache/guix 89.9 GiB hm yeah ok.
<leoprikler>can you guix gc your own cache or do you have to rm -rf?