<gabber>i am unable to see fonts in the SuperCollider Help Browser (which is a panel on the top right if you start `scide`). can others reproduce that issue? (running `guix shell -- scide` should suffice)
<jab>anyone here running nextcloud with guix system? I am trying to find the easiest, stable, will be easy to upgrade type way to self-host nextcloud....
<NaturalNumber>I hate to be the " well, ACHTUALLY" guy, but Sudoku isn't a Japanese game, or at least there's no reason to believe it is. There's a theory that it's difficult to make word puzzles in Japanese, so they gravitated towards number puzzles.
<teythoon>/gnu/store/ndmfigzifg96qfppq2kp4kpkidi99rv1-gcc-12.1.0/include/c++/bits/new_allocator.h: In member function '_Tp* std::__new_allocator<_Tp>::allocate(size_type, const void*)':
<teythoon>/gnu/store/ndmfigzifg96qfppq2kp4kpkidi99rv1-gcc-12.1.0/include/c++/bits/new_allocator.h:125:20: error: '__throw_bad_array_new_length' is not a member of 'std'; did you mean 'bad_array_new_length'?
<antipode>Does someone have Emacs set up with Guix Home + Guix System?
<jeandudey>Hi! Can someone take a look at #56252? I'ts a small fix for polkit-mozjs and polkit-duktape.
<NaturalNumber>Hello Guix,. I can't seem to get XMonad-contrib working. I've been trying to build everything from source. using xinitrc-xsession and ghcup helped a lot. Here are my error logs in case anyone can help. I'm headed to bed soon but I will read your messages.ghc-make.log https://paste.debian.net/1247797
<NaturalNumber>guix remove: error: while setting up the build environment: creating directory `/gnu/store/p9pmngmxjaazc128h674bnw1mvxlxvxq-ca-certificate-bundle.drv.chroot/gnu/store/yzq4jfa6qa35kvqhj76y0c5vg7xq41im-python-pytest-bootstrap-6.2.5': No space left on device"
<NaturalNumber>somehow i ran out of disk space, so i deleted generations and guix gc
<efraim>are you out of space or out of inodes? check 'df -h' and 'df -i' for the partition that has /gnu
<antipode> NaturalNumber: Are you using Nix somewhere?
<antipode>Maybe one of the NIX_... environment variables are set, leading Guix to talk to the nix daemon instead of the guix daemon
<antipode>sneek: later tell NaturalNumber: NaturalNumber: Are you using Nix somewhere? Maybe one of the NIX_... environment variables are set, leading Guix to talk to the nix daemon instead of the guix daemon.
<podiki[m]>apteryx: did you happen to get a chance to try out the fhs container? I have a more polished and complete version i will submit soon to guix-patches
<podiki[m]>it has been working well for me, even got those darn appimages to work
<vivien>I’m trying to use the copy-build-system. My source is a tarball that extracts to a single directory, named "usr", containing sub-directories (bin/, include/, lib/, etc). My install-plan is ''(("usr/" "")), but guix complains with: In procedure stat: No such file or directory: "usr/". I pass -K to keep the failed build, and right under /tmp/guix-build-….drv-N, I have the "usr" directory. What do I do wrong?
<podiki[m]>civodul: hmm...so I would place this in the functions that create the manifest for the profile...let me see
<podiki[m]>apteryx: no worries! I've been using it for some work I do that works well in the container (some python stuff that likes to use binary web browsers)
<taiju>drakonis: I see. I know that the Chinese community uses the channel name #guixcn, but the community name itself is guixcn, so it doesn't feel strange. But our community name is Guix-jp, so we want to use #guix-jp.
<taiju>nckx: I see. We may be able to prohibit to promote. We have been very careful about that in the wording of our website, and we have made the source code public and provided it under CC BY-SA 4.0.
<civodul>it's more about making it clear that the focus is and remains free software
<podiki[m]>civodul: with (specification->package "glibc-for-fhs") no longer complains about unknown package, but doesn't end up in manifest/container. weird
<civodul>podiki[m]: i think i'm missing context; could you share the manifest?
<taiju>One concern I have is that we will be managing a channel in our community, and if software is distributed there in binary form (e.g. packages using copy-build-system, etc.), will this be a problem?
<civodul>taiju: you can do whatever you want in your channel :-)
<jpoiret>RudraveerMandal: are you on bare metal or in a vm?
<KarlJoad>Specifically, I am trying to get gllvm to build. The go-build-system fails because there are no Go files in the import-path, because they are split into subdirectories, depending on the binary.
<drakonis>is it time for the monthly dose of rust trademark trolling?
<KarlJoad>roptat: I should not have to define multiple packages. All the binaries are in the same module, so I think I am in the clear about that. I have changed the import-path and things broke. But I managed to make it work in a development shell, compiling manually. Need to tinker some more.
*vagrantc has managed to trick, er, encourage... acrow to write some stuff to help with license/copyright review of guix for debian packaging :)
<roptat>KarlJoad, maybe have a look at go-github-com-operatorfoundation-monolith-go for instance, it needs to build from the subdirectory monolith, so it unpacks one level above the import-path, maybe that can help?
<roptat>so I guess it's a dbus issue. I have a ca.desrt.dconf.service file in my profile
<nckx>civodul: So I ‘guix system roll-back’ to a generation from 16 May (the previous generation, in use earlier today). It has /gnu/store/2wblf4hv7dgssdg0fdb0rxx8zngwfpcb-nginx.conf. Yet killing -9 nginx and running ‘herd (re)start nginx’ still uses /gnu/store/s64q287nimmr4kw95ijsc4yb1l1qdbm4-nginx.conf, from a later generation.
<florhizome[m]>in general, I wonder if we couldn’t move desktop environments to user config more or completely, at least wayland using ones …
<roptat>so I can switch to anthy, but it still doesn't input Japanese
<jackhill>florhizome[m]: I'd also be interested in such a thing. However, I think there may be some reason it can't be done, at least for wayland sessions. At least sddm needs to have globally-installed sessions: https://github.com/sddm/sddm/issues/916
<roptat>I just had to restart the session, it works now! やった!
<KarlJoad>I am working on a project in a guix shell. But I cannot run the binary because it dynamically linked to LLVM libraries using a name, rather than a path. Is there a way to fix that? So the binary gets a full path to the .so?
<apteryx>are you building using the gcc-toolchain? the ld-wrapper should bake runpath in the produced ELF, allowing it to be found, I think
<KarlJoad>I want to build a special version of stumpwm that includes contrib modules in the package, similar to how gcc-toolchain does special stuff to make gcc, binutils, and glibc understand each other. Would gcc-toolchain be a good idea to look at for inspiration?