<roptat>same with nss-certs btw, it tells you it's in gnu/packages/certs.scm, so (gnu packages certs)
<roptat>since there are many modules under gnu/packages, we also have a more concise form to do it: use-package-modules, where you only specify the last part of the package, so (use-package-modules certs) is the same as (use-modules (gnu packages certs))
<roptat>and you can put as many module names you want in there, so (use-package-modules certs wm) imports both modules
<roptat>use-package-modules is only available after you import the (gnu) module though, so make sure it's the first thing you import in your file
<apteryx>sneek: later tell civodul yes, I couldn't run guix deploy this morning. It was trying to transfer some 70 MiB ish of files and failing at 26% each time, with the traceback I pasted at that time.
<PurpleSym>rekado: Nope, ran a diff and the changes listed in the log above really are the only ones applied. Should be good.
<allana>Hi guix! quick question, any dotnet core users here? fsharp? curious to know if there are any reasons not to include dotnet sdk and runtime as a package in guix. I'm not sure how easy it will be to package, but I do see it in the NixPkgs collection.
<joshuaBPMan>nly: hmmm. That would be kind of cool...but the one downside with crypto is that it takes sometimes days for transactions to clear.
<joshuaBPMan>So you could use it perhaps on products that are getting shipped to you, but perhaps not at the store. Would be my guess.
<zzappie>nly: I haven't used any. I came accross AdvCash once. But they all look a bit shady
<wehlutyk>I have build failures for the `guix-jupyter` package, could someone tell me where's the best place to file a bug or find help to fix it? I'm new to the community (have been using GuixSD as main system for a month, and liking it a lot)
<apteryx>chromium sometimes seems to have problems starting pulseaudio or something. The microphone will not be available and a 'hardware problem' message shown. A workaround seems to start pavucontrol before starting chromium.
<roptat>zjgkkn, guix edit works only with packages
<telior>howdy guix! Not sure what the best practices are regarding the `guix system reconfigure` process: should I sudo edit the config.scm file on /etc or copy it to somewhere else, edit it and invoke `guix system reconfigure` using that copy?
<Noclip>Eventually the issue is related to the python version.
<telior>I get `/etc/config.scm:29:2: error: (service cups-service-type (cups-configuration (web-interface? #t) (extensions (list cups-filters escpr)))): invalid field specifier`, not sure what I'm doing wrong since I basically took those lines from the manual. I added a (gnu packages cups) argument to the use-modules bit, swapped a few specified packages
<telior>I seem to be missing (gnu services cups) somewhere, I'm not sure if it's in the (use-modules (gnu) (gun packages cups) (gun services cups)), or (use-service-modules desktop networking cups) tho
<vits-test>There is nice app, called recsel. `guix install recutils`. It can took some field, like: `guix system search cups| recsel -p name,location`
<telior>thx, I've already installed cups with `guix package -i cups`, and already have the (use modules (gnu) (gnu packages cups)) in my config.scm, but when try to reconfigure I get `/etc/config.scm:22:4: error: cups-service-type: unbound variablehint: Did you forget a `use-modules' form?`
<str1ngs>vits-test: see #nomad-browser for aarch64 webkitgtk fix
<nckx>telior: It's not telling you to ‘install’ them (‘guix install’ or ‘(packages escpr’). They need to be added to the (extensions ...) fields of the CUPS service, that's different. ‘Installing’ them won't make them visible to the service.
<vits-test>nckx: "Note: If you wish to use the Qt5 based GUI which comes with the hplip ___package__ then it is suggested that you install the ‘hplip’ __package__, either in your OS configuration file or as your user."
<nckx>I can only reassure you that it's absolutely not impolite in English. Even those who oppose it wouldn't claim that (their - hah - point is that is not ‘correct’, which is... wrong, and suspiciously postdates actual usage by a few centuries, just when gender is a hot topic again...). And now I'm guilty of furthering this discussion; time to tinker with my kernel some more! o/
<str1ngs>nckx: btw this is a wip patch to fix webkitgtk builds on aarch64 https://paste.debian.net/1162668 . I think *potentially* the version bump of php introduced some test failures. this is derived from 4546c0dd2f58fe9a1b1e78120a33b8c276970f62. which I'm kinda pinned to right now for working machines.
<str1ngs>just to clarify my patch is based off of 46c0dd2f58fe9a1b1e78120a33b8c276970f62. but it could apply to tip as well. was just a caveat. I'm pretty sure there are no substitutes for webktigtk or php?
<bdju>anyone else having horrendous icecat issues? I woke up to it having crashed or something, wasn't open. then trying to restore my 4 tabs sends my cpu to 99% and kicks up my fans and they never load after several minutes
<nckx>Wow, no, but thanks for making me realise that I'm still on 68.10...
<raingloom>ok, then there is no duplication of effort if i just go for it :D
<jgart[m]>raghavgururajan: bisq sounds like a nice addition. Let's talk more about it
<ccao001>raingloom great! let me know if you run into any issues. I'd be happy to help in any way I can. Maybe mention to the picard devs that you are now working on upgrading picard to the current stable version
<joshuaBPMan>rekado Do you know of a decent guide for setting up a "master key" and several slave keys? That way you can sign with your slave key and revoke in in a year or two. Then your master key will let you create a new sub key?
<joshuaBPMan>I'm free! :) Though my development proless is somewhere between making a haunt site and contributing to the cookbook.
<seepel>Hi Guix! I have a question about the light command that allows to change display brightness. I can't seem to run the command without sudo, it does come with some udev rules, is there something else I need to do to install the udev rules?
<nckx>seepel: Yes. I use (service udev-service-type (udev-configuration (rules (list … light …)))).
<nckx>You'll probably need modify-services if you use %base-services &c.
<telior>vits-test: reporting back, the reconfigure worked fine, thx a lot :D
<seepel>Hmmm, now my entire system seems to be re-downloading even though I reconfigured my system just the other day. I did run guix gc earlier, would that remove packages needed for my system configuration for any reason?
<joshuaBPMan>seepel reconfigure redownloading the world is pretty common.