<johnabs[m]>Okay, I've figured out some things regarding my hardware acceleration journey, but I'm still stuck :( I can't get VA-API working with firefox, despite having intel-media-driver installed to enable hardware acceleration. And the problem with chromium/electron seems to be DRI3, even though DRI3 appears to be loaded in my Xorg.1.log. I've also tried disabling vsync according to the arch wiki via ~/.drirc, but this fails to address the issue, so
<johnabs[m]><Lumine> "johnabs: I might be doing it the..." <- Thanks Lumine! I do have a quick followup for this part: if I need it exported to run as root, will guix home still take care of it, or will I need to login as root and export it then? (I'm not sure if xorg is being run as root or local user in this case, hence the question)
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<Lumine>Yeah, I just looked it up and it is indeed the wrong way to do it in bashrc, so don't mind me. I'll just slide on over... But see (Essential Home Services) in the manual, johnabs[m]
<Lumine>It explains the environment variable declaration
<johnabs[m]>Oh okay, thanks for pointing me in the right direction :3
<johnabs[m]>This is also seems to be fixing things in my electron apps that usually are only fixed when I use the --disable-gpu flag???
<johnabs[m]>Okay, just a sec, doing some independent testing
<johnabs[m]>Holy crap this is noticeably worse based on certain xmonad tiling configurations...for some reason, but the problem disappears when I either use other tiling configs, OR when I diable hardware acceleration...
<lilyp>johnabs[m]: your hw accel is probably assuming you have full width available
<johnabs[m]>That would explain it with the asymmetric behavior depending on split orientation
<johnabs[m]>I'm guessing it also may have to do with gaps! As I prefer them to non-gapped window manager layouts. I'll look into this more, thanks for the input!
<nckhexen>dgcampea: It was a general answer, and it's what I do from a dehydrated hook, but I don't use certbot & can't advise on specifics.
<ennoausberlin>Hi. I wonder if someone has Moodle or alternatives running under Guix?
<abhicherath[m]>heya, I tried to send a bug report to email@example.com a couple days back, but it hasn't received a number or shown up on issues.guix.gnu.org yet, has the email blackholed or something? (Might need to troubleshoot with my email provider in that case).
<yarl>I first tried with "standard". Everything worked fine but when I am at "after install" and try to `guix pull` there is a git error mentionning that certificates are wrong. nss-certs were installed in the system configuration. I tried re-installing them and le-certs too, this did not work. I am trying with "Latest". This time the installation fails during "Checking connectivity" but switching to a vt shows that I am
<lechner>nckhexen: thanks about the hint to maillog. looks like the interface is not yet up
<lechner>nckhexen: the only difference between the two servers is that one uses a truly static IP (and that's the one that works) while the other requests an equally fixed IP via DHCP. I see dhclient: DHCPACK of 126.96.36.199 from 188.8.131.52 but strangely it's after Service networking has been started.