<Kabouik>lilyp: good news, after a `pv -tpreb /dev/nvme0n1 | dd of=/dev/destination bs=32M conv=notrunc,noerror iflag=fullblock`, which took 9 hours for a 1TB source SSD, the UUID are actually cloned too, so I could boot Guix without having to chroot to change them and reconfigure.
<Kabouik>Now I still have to figure out how to extend the btrfs partition on the destination disk so that it actually uses the extra space (the new disk being larger).
<sneek>adanska, nckx says: Here's an untested attempt at exFAT support (*of course* it wasn't as easy as I promised, where would be the fun otherwise?) <https://tobias.gr/temp/exFAT.patch>. If you could test it with wild exFATs (created by SD vendors and/or Windows) I'd be grateful. I don't have either.
<KE0VVT>Do free operating systems have trouble running on ThinkCentres?
<KE0VVT>Fedora will install but Trisquel and Guix will not. I'm trying to get all my systems on Guix.
<futurile>KE0VVT: Thinkcentres seem pretty standard to me - Fedora might have more drivers though
<KE0VVT>I keep getting `guix system: error: `/gnu/store/z4cigqx1vqbwcbyisa1m41l6dabmp1a1-guix-command substitute' died unexpectedly
<stellarskylark>Hi there! I'm trying to get Logseq working on my Guix system. I'm trying to run the appimage in an --emulate-fhs container, but it expects libgcc_c and I think also libstdc++. And since gcc:lib is masked in the CLI now, I can't actually provide those libraries. How do I go about this?
<stellarskylark>Also I already tried the flatpak and have the same problem there, it expects those .so files and I can't get them
<elevenkb>mekeor: Sorry that didn't work as I expected.
<elevenkb>But yah inferiors are a way to obtain a package from any list of channels not just the "current" one, so you can mix and match packages from different Guix branches in the same profile (for example).
<mekeor>it's fine, i found it. in emacs, in info-mode, press C-0 w for copying (info "(guix) Inferiors")
<elevenkb>Can you represent that as a link though in IRC?
<gabber`>weird thing. i have a $(guix shell python) ready and a $(guix shell python-ipython) -- but when i want a $(guix shell python python-ipython) guix starts downloading a (big) bunch of stuff.... shouldn't this be a quick-and-easy™ thing to do, merge two profiles?
<civodul>gabber`: it’s a bit more work than just merging due to “profile hooks” (similar to “post-install hooks” with apt, if you see what i mean)
<gabber`>civodul: i see.. though i don't understand (yet) why additional dependencies have to be satisfied (if that was actually what was happening)
<gabber`>how do i explicitly use libusb 0.1.12 as an input to a package in a package definition?
<dthompson>has anyone had any luck building a guix image that works with linode so they don't have to start with something like debian and convert it over to guix? would like a more "declarative" solution than that
<civodul>dthompson: i vaguely recall people “doing things” with Linode, not sure what that was
<dthompson>civodul: I'm attempting to see if I can get 'guix system image' to produce something that works