<nckx>bdju: Sounds like you're not in the libvirt group (yet)?
<bdju>aha, lot of steps to this it seems. I am not in that group
<nckx>If that's missing from the manual please don't hesitate to add it.
<nckx>Or at least file a bug so it's not forgotten.
<bdju>I'm not sure if it's in there or not. struggling to search the page. I was already in the libvirt section, but my page search brought me back to the top to search for "group". anyway I just searched the manual for libvirt to find what to input for the service, I never looked at a sort of guide start to finish
<bdju>that aside, I now have the virtlog service going and am in the libvirt group but it still isn't working
<nckx>str1ngs: Just to update my mental bug tracker: at least for PHP & WebKitGTK on aarch64, everything's good now, right? The JACK2 thing is unrelated?
<sunova>Ifam: Thank you. So I don't need to create seperate zfs datasets for a filesystem baselayout, everyting is simply a symlink to stuff inside the store. I can add some hooks to scm files to create zfs snapshots for each derivation inside store. Is that correct?
<sunova>I mean, zfs datasets. There is really no need for snapshots. Everything is hashed by guix if I get it
<brendyyn>Does anyone else find with icedove and icecat, when one clicks "reply via email to <name>" on the mailing list and selects icedove, it switches to icedove but fails to open a new reply email?
<leoprikler>Regarding 69e7da457dd6a8bc3092729a1393575a58b61117: Is there a good reason to do this? GST_PLUGIN_SYSTEM_PATH is set according to your profile, so if you install gstreamer plus the plugins you want, you get playback in epiphany
<leoprikler>this patch forces the use of bad and ugly plugins, when that's not necessarily what someone would want
<rekado>the whole point of having separate gstreamer plugin packages is so that users can pick the set that they want (or none at all)
<rekado>so forcing any particular set is not a good idea
<rekado>I’m trying to package a Rust thing and got this error: “error[E0658]: use of unstable library feature 'map_get_key_value'”
<rekado>do I need to use a different version of Rust?
<efraim>you could try using a newer version, but everything depending on it will likely need the newer version too
<matijja>I delete it few days ago when I tried to reinstall whole Guix.
<pinoaffe>hi guix! I've been using for a while now, I'm currently trying to install it on an additional machine, decided to try out the graphical installer but it consistently loops back to selecting locale and the like after I select partitioning details - is this a known bug?
<raingloom>alextee[m]: i tried building it, looks like it's playing fast and loose with some function pointer conversions and GCC doesn't like that. -fpermissive would allow it to build, according to the error message.
<joshuaBPMan>odd question: I've got let's encrypt set up on two websites. with the let's encrypted service. I'm tempted to set up auto-redirect to https as well as setting the strict transport security header on both HTTP and HTTPS...is this going to cause let's encrypt difficulty to verify my website...ie: does let's encrypt need to view my site in http