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bug#37492: GUIXSD 1.0.1 install error

Subject: bug#37492: GUIXSD 1.0.1 install error
Date: Thu, 3 Oct 2019 22:46:48 +0100
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On 29/09/2019 13:00, Marius Bakke wrote:
RAUL H C LOPES <address@hidden> writes:

Hi Marius,

I've managed to install GuixSD by chossing  msdos instead of gpt.
Coincidence? Is the gpt setup tested?
Can you share the steps required to reproduce the error?

I don't have logs for the crash. Unfortuately, my first time with GuixSD and  I just went along with Graphic install. How could I have collected them?

Anyway, my memory log:

# install 0:

 Home in separate partition, both encrypted; gpt label.

 That's error I submitted.

# install 1

 one partition, encrypted; gpt label.

 a crash during package install.

# install 2

Guided partioning, no encryption, gpt label.

Same sort of crash at another point.

The crashes happened at different packages. I assumed it was something related with disk I/O.

# install 3

Guided one partition, no encryption, label msdos.

It worked fine.

I am doing a new install tomorrow on a Supermicro SYS-E2000-8D. It has 2 10G NIcs. I hope Guix has got the drivers.

I've running the system for a few days.

I need now a good manual> I'm suffering for:
   - reconfigure stuff that is usually in /etc, like /etc/ssh/sshd_config;
There is a good up-to-date manual here:
<https://guix.gnu.org/manual/devel>.  Search for 'openssh-configuration'
for examples on how to configure the SSH daemon.

   - running a make on an open source project who looks for linux libs
where debian would find them.
Typically you would do something like `guix environment --ad-hoc
gcc-toolchain make` to enter a shell environment where all the
dependencies of the program you want to build are present.

Great! thanks for the link and hint on gcc

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