<rdrg109_>[Q] Is it possible to list all the accepted values that can be passed to "herd start <xyz>"? In other words, how to list all the services that are known to herd?
<rdrg109_>I only know I can execute "herd status shepherd" and "herd status sshd", but I'm sure there are other services that are running and not running on my system, so I want to get the complete list.
<kitty1>I decided to finally go back and try to set up my guix with a newer version of fastboot again, I feel rather stupid right now as after all of this time I can't get it to like me lmao like, and I *know* I am doing something *obviously* wrong I am sure lmao
<unmatched-paren>lechner: you maintain practical-friend, right? i think it might be choking on the unicode in the link jgart[m] posted
<kitty1>(well, it makes sense that after all this time I couldn't, because I haven't been doing much of anything notable with guix packaging, so by definition I would only know less since last time lmao)
<cbaines>references from the output will be in the store at runtime
<devmsv>oh I see this in the pkg definition: (add-after 'install 'set-PATH [..] ;; Have the 'singularity' and 'run-singularity' self-sufficient. [...] (wrap-program (string-append out "/bin/singularity") `("PATH" ":" = (,(string-append coreutils "/bin"))))
<cbaines>the package definition does add the coreutils bin directory to the PATH for the singularity script
<cbaines>you could try adding the gzip package bin directory to the PATH in the same way
<cbaines>(I'm guessing gzip is an implicit input from the build system, like coreutils)
<devmsv>Thank you cbaines seems thath now I got it working (at least the guix part)
<apteryx>weird, my networking had completely stopped working; even herd commands couldn't proceed
<apteryx>if someone else experiences the same, it could be caused by the recent update to networkmanager
<civodul>apteryx: i haven't had troubles since the recent network-manager changes
<apteryx>great! let's hope it's was just an odd incident
<podiki[m]>apteryx: the only thing I've had is not resuming connection after waking from sleep; still have to check it was the latest version bump that's the difference (or else the other change on how networkmanager starts/waits for pid)
<acrow`> cbaines: Issue 60976 had successfully completed QA more than one month ago but has been in the 'unknown' state now for at least two weeks. I looked at the error message which seems to be asking for a git commit in the guix repository, added the base commit (which is in v4 1/4) but it gets rejected. I guess I don't understand what it needs to allow the QA process to again complete. Any suggestions?
<mvnx>The Arch docs for `getty` suggest that `mingetty` is an alternative for `agetty`. I noticed the `%base-services` adds both. Are they really alternatives or useful together?
<minima>hi :) i'm about to write a very simple xinitrc entry in my guix home configuration, but before doing that i thought of double-checking whether there's any "facility" for that file that's provided by guix home already?
<minima>probably not as i don't seem to see it in the repo under gnu/home/services/?
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