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<PotentialUser-46>Hi ! The blog post "Porting GuixSD to ARMv7" explain how to install Guix System on a ARM board but state that guix wasn't capable to produce a disk image from a desktop machine on x86_64. Is it possible now ?
<davidl>janneke: changing the disk space option just doesn't seem to help, no idea why :-S Do I need to run some hurd version of resize2fs?
<aecepoglu[m]>How should I build/install a guile-scheme project consisting of multiple files? Normally I'd "cd" into the directory and add that directory to guile-load-path and run the main.scm file in there. Should I install the files in the bin/ directory of its guix package? Should they be copied to GUILE_LOAD_PATH or be compiled and placed into GUILE_LOAD_COMPILED_PATH?
<mekeor[m]>aecepoglu: i don't know but did you look into other the source code of the declarations of guix-packages of other guile-based software?
<aecepoglu[m]>I could not think of a relatively simple guile executable to take inspiration from
<jonsger>sneek: ask lfam whats the way to get a module enabled in guix/gnu/packages/aux-files/linux-libre/5.10-x86_64.conf
<ryanprior>I know very little about Guile, despite using it to contribute to Guix and reading a decent amount of its documentation. I couldn't begin to answer your question about how to build and install. I hope there are some example packages that can help you.
<ryanprior>Looking at gnu/packages/guile.scm it looks like most of them are using the GNU build system, which means you could look at their makefiles and see what
<sneek>rekado, raghavgururajan says: I was not able to find anything regarding your issue with librem laptop. But I will keep looking and will let you know if I find anything.
<spudpnds>Hello! I'm trying to read a number of different config.scm files for inspiration. Does anyone know of any good ones I should read, or perhaps a curated list of them? Currently I'm just googling like: "guix" "base-packages" "base-user-accounts" "scm" site:github.com
<rekado>raghavgururajan: thank you, but it turns out that there’s no problem booting. There’s just no visual feedback until *after* the passphrase has been input.
<rekado>it’s a graphics problem, not a boot problem
<ryanprior>I tried creating a JSON package definition today. It didn't work & I have no blue how to debug it.
<bdju>ryanprior: thanks for the package! should I just be able to `guix package --install-from-file=countdown.scm` to install it? I get an error trying that, `guix package: error: cannot install non-package object: #<unspecified>` (I usually just use stuff from the repo so I still don't have the hang of this sort of thing)
<OriansJ>Aurora_v_kosmose: but then again passwords are also security by obscurity but that doesn't change the fact security requires obscurity to be truly effective.
<Aurora_v_kosmose>OriansJ: The difference, I think, is the degree of additional entropy and guessability/observability of the secret.
<Aurora_v_kosmose>Encrypted HMAC'd port-knocking like fwknop allows is better than plaintext, for example.
<OriansJ>Aurora_v_kosmose: if port knocking is the only line between access and not; you are correct. But we are talking about hiding services like SSH behind it; where you should also set up SSH keys for additional security.