<pkill9>how destructive would it be to set user shell to guile? not going to do it, but just wondering if it would be feasible
<pkill9>other than getting /etc/profile stuff done and user's .profile, would it break anythign else?
<pashencija[m]><vagrantc> "anything that depends on rust ....." <- Why? It builds locally
<Ox151>the variable python2 should be found if i add #:use-module (gnu packages python) to my file? Thats how its worked for all other package varaibles ive tried before, but i am getting this odd error error: python2: unbound variable
<nckx_>Ox151: Because typo. python-2, not python2.
<Ox151>RIP, thank you. when doing guix package -s python2 it shows python2 and python.scm says python2 as well XD
<nckx_>Welcome to package vs. variable name crazyworld.
<nckx_>(define-public NOT-THIS (package (name THIS) ...) when using CLI 'specs'.
<nckx_>Hysterical raisins, mostly, some day the distinction may mostly vanish (good riddance).
<kabouik>Whoops, I'm afraid I might created a new issue when trying to amend the nmail package following your advice unmatched-paren. I used the git send-mail comamnd from my shell history, and forgot I needed to change the --to email address. Apologies. :(
<Cairn>So the package `light` contains its udev rules which are supposed to make users in the `video` group able to run its commands without sudo. But it looks like I can't, even though I'm in the video group. When I run sudo, it works fine.
<clarity_>I'm thinking about setting up guix and put all of the packages/binary on a nfs share, so I can deduplicate the packages/software for an kubernetes cluster
<clarity_>I'll probably try to do it with debian first
<nckx_>BSD is brought up regularly but I've never seen (or contributed) more than armchair chat on the subject. I've never seen someone say 'yes, I actually tried it, possibly using the linuxlator, it did or didn't work for these reasons'.
<nckx_>> Implying FreeBSD is by far the lowest-hanging fruit
<lilyp>I mean, you could write your own syntax which takes multiple lines, but at some point you'll have to decide whether that's worth it
<trevdev>I have this crazy idea of somehow rolling the "org-babel-tangle" process of generating my emacs init files. I suppose...this could be done if I "packaged" this process and used emacs(cient?) as a dependency.
<tex_milan>Hello Guixers! How to use package tensorflow / tensorflow_lite? I have one python application that needs it, but when I add the tensorflow_lite as its dependency it can't see python package tensorflow / tensorflow_lite. I tried to install tensorflow manually and I get the same error. When I look at /gnu/storage, in folder for tensorflow there is the expected python package. How to tell python3 to add this path to its list of libraries? Thanks!
<apteryx>any clue to fix: [lightdm] ** (process:409): WARNING **: 07:21:15.347: Error updating user /org/freedesktop/Accounts/User1000: GDBus.Error:org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.InvalidArgs: No such interface ?org.freedesktop.DisplayManager.AccountsService?
<apteryx>ah, I think our dbus-service only honors the system and default user profiles
<apteryx>so, the lightdm-service-type needs to extend the system profile to add the lightdm package for dbus, and the lightdm service needs to have XDG_DATA_DIRS set to the lightdm package for the accountsservice extensions to be found
<unmatched-paren>it's a little annoying having to select and copy the "full message at ..." link :)
<Cairn>Hey could, I get one other person to test out this urxvt issue? All you have to do is add a cursor theme in your .Xresources (e.g. "Xcursor.theme: Adwaita") and make sure it works elsewhere on your system. Then you install urxvt and hover your mouse over it. It should be an I-bar icon, but I wanna know if it's the I-bar icon for the theme or if it seems to be a different theme.
<abhiseck>does gnu-build-system adds coreutils, grep, gawk in the package's runtime environment as well or only build environment?
<yuu[m]>unmatched-paren: i think i misunderstood you in my last sentence. i have emacs opened in /etc/yuuguix.scm. then in geiser-mode in yuuguix.scm i try evaluating (current-filename) with C-x C-e, which returns #f. by what you said, i should instead load yuuguix.scm fully in the repl for (current-filename) to work, correct?
<chino>I'm trying to package a vim plugin for vim/neovim using guix under debian. I installed it using guix package -f vim.scm, everything seems to be placed under the correct location under `~/.guix-profile`. However I can't seem to stop guix' vim from loading my `$HOME/.vimrc`, how do you test vim plugins packages?
<superkamiguru>Hello all, I have been trying to create a service that runs a command on start, but have not had much success. Is the best way to go about this using simple-service?