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Re: Using the Hetzner Cloud

From: Alex Sassmannshausen
Subject: Re: Using the Hetzner Cloud
Date: Wed, 19 Feb 2020 14:48:37 +0100
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Giovanni Biscuolo <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello Alex,
> Alex Sassmannshausen <address@hidden> writes:
> [...]
>> Now I use a different approach: deploy a debian server then use a
>> guix-infect style script (gleaned from the guix deploy code for digital
>> ocean).
> could you please share that "guix-infect" script?

Sure, please see attached.  This one here is a bash script that works
with a system config that is specified as part of a here-doc in the bash

It's all a bit gaffer tape & macgyver — primarily to encourage myself to
keep automating further by integrating this in Guix deploy. Where does
all the time go!!!

Happy to help if you run into problems or have questions.

> I think this could/should become an entry in our cookbook, in a similar
> way NixOS does here:

Agreed, a cookbook recipe that summarises the existing ways of deploying
would be cool.  I'd be happy to read over and give feedback on any
proposed articles.

Ellen Papsch <address@hidden> writes:

> […]
> mv var/guix /var/ && mv gnu /
> there seems to be a complete takeover, even better than a FrankenDebian
> :-)

Agreed — it's testament to the versatility of Guix that it can literally
do this hostile take-over.  Very cool :-)



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