<gabber>also: nckx: are you back from some kind of sabbatical or something (no need to comment)? i think didn't see you here for quite some time... just wanted to express my joy meeting you here again!
<lamer2001>is there a way to install guix OS without internet connection?
<lamer2001>I got the iso from the official site, but its installer requires mandatory network access
<lamer2001>Are there any unofficial releases for offline installation somewhere?
<Michal_Atlas[m]>You could create a release yourself. It's quite simple to generate a installation image with `guix system image` and if you include all the packages you're gonna use then it shouldn't need to download anything
<sneek>rekado, ngz says: Do you remember why "artistic2" license in texlive importer is bound to gpl3+ instead of artistic2.0?
<phpenjoyer>I think that something could be wrong with ``frama-c`` package, as it fails to build on my system... I checked the logs and it failed on linking stuff with "ld: cannot find -lz: No such file or directory". I guess I should file a bug?
<rekado>I’m getting a 504 response from ci.guix.gnu.org
<rekado>sneek: later tell ngz The artistic2.0 -> gpl3+ thing looks like a mistake
<gabber`>i'm trying to get a Jenkins pipeline to work with my Guix based shell and i'm having troubles updating Guix on that (non-guix) machine. i `guix pull`ed both with and without `sudo -i` and restarted the service but for the unprivileged user `guix -V` still reports 1.2.0 :( what am i missing?
<nckx>phpenjoyer: Thank you! I'm building it here, let's see what's going on. I also see there's a new version, let's see if it builds…
<phpenjoyer>gabber: As far as I remember, you also need to do "hash guix" or something like this, and probably source your guix profile, because your environment variables could be referring to an older guix installation
<nckx>(And use ‘type guix’, not ‘which guix’, to check.)
<Martin[m]>hello, why guix is still using by default linux-6.3.13 [EOL] ?
<nckx>Feels like a trick question, but: because it's not out of date in any meaningful sense and nobody has updated the default yet. Possibly because of aarch64 build issues, if memory serves. lfam is the best person to ask but they aren't here.
<nckx>Rather, my initial ‘…because it hasn't been bumped to 6.4’ felt like a trick answer.
<Guest28>My nouveau driver makes a kernel panic on GNU Guix with Libre Kernel. There are also tons of gran_size warnings. I bootet Trisquel 11 and there is nothing. I only have that issue if I want to use my GPU on GNU Guix.
<RavenJoad>I want to create a named environment that I can run "guix shell" on for common tasks. I have a packages->manifest defined for video downloading with yt-dlp. Right now I need to pass the path with -m. Should I turn this into a package with no source and no version?
<rekado>RavenJoad: “guix shell” (without any arguments) will use the manifest in the current directory, once authorized.
<RavenJoad>rekado: These are not project shells, but convenience shells. They pull together packages I use for occasional tasks. It is a QoL thing, but I do not want to have to cd to the directory with the manifest to open a shell.
<rekado>have you considered defining a shell alias then?
<bjc>what's the magic incantation to get ‘make check’ to just run the tests from a specific tests/foo.scm file?
<nckx>There is advanced support for space-based arrays.
<RavenJoad>rekado: I had not. I already have my own channel, so I figured I could piggyback off of Guix's method of finding packages to find my shells.
<graywolf>Is there something like file-prepend function? I cannot find it in the programming index, but file-append seems to care about what argument is what.
<dwinkley12>(kinda maybe sorta belongs here): whats a cheap wifi card i could put in my thinkpad e130 with foss firmware available to it?
<Retropikzel[m]>I'm getting "ld: cannot find -lrt: No such file or directory" in guix shell when trying to build stuff with rust or haskell. gcc-toolchain and rust/haskell stuff installed. What package has -lrt?
<viaken>I'm trying to build an install image and it's throwing an error trying to install grub: "failed to get canonical path of <encrypted LVM partition>" - Why does it even need to look at my hard drive partitions?
<viaken>I tried with --no-bootloader and it didn't help