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Re: Add lxde. (Mixed content: 4 updates, 7 RFCs)

From: ng0
Subject: Re: Add lxde. (Mixed content: 4 updates, 7 RFCs)
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2017 01:13:33 +0000

ng0 <address@hidden> writes:

> ng0 <address@hidden> writes:
>> address@hidden writes:
>>> [PATCH 01/11] gnu: lxterminal: Update to 0.3.0.
>>> [PATCH 02/11] gnu: pcmanfm, libfm: Update to 1.2.5.
>>> [PATCH 03/11] gnu: menu-cache: Update to 1.0.2.
>>> The ones above are functional and can be applied, the ones below are for 
>>> first RFCs:
>>> [PATCH 04/11] gnu: Add lxmenu-data.
>>> [PATCH 05/11] gnu: Add lxde-icon-theme.
>>> [PATCH 06/11] gnu: Add lxde-common.
>>> [PATCH 07/11] gnu: Add lxinput.
>>> [PATCH 08/11] gnu: Add lxsession.
>>> [PATCH 09/11] gnu: Add keybinder.
>>> [PATCH 10/11] gnu: Add lxpanel.
>>> [PATCH 11/11] gnu: Add lxde.
>>> Currently when I reconfigure a system with lxde in the global available 
>>> packages, and I try to log in to LXDE (which is detectecd by SDDM), SDDM 
>>> for a short second shows a black screen and drops me back to the log in 
>>> screen.
>>> That's the first time I did an meta package for Guix, but I guess I did it 
>>> right?
>> It is caused by no config files are found by some part
>> of lxde. Starting lxpannel from within my current session gives
>> me a warning about config files not being found.
> I think some elements of LXDE need the runpath patched, and this
> can't happen in the meta package unless I missed something.
> I will try and inspect each of them on their own, must be one of
> the packages I plan to add, the ones which are already included
> are working.

I tried to add "lxmenu-data" to the PATH of lxpanel (see commit
) but as you can see this is failing.
Even combined with ":" in between the elements of 'wrap phase it
How do I wrap the path?

I'm trying to wrap this, as it keeps ending up unreferenced in
guix gc --references (./pre-inst-env guix build lxpanel).

The other two important packages for lxpanel are referenced.
♥Ⓐ  ng0 --

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