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Re: 1.1.0rc1 available for test!

From: Alex Sassmannshausen
Subject: Re: 1.1.0rc1 available for test!
Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2020 13:24:27 +0200
User-agent: mu4e 1.2.0; emacs 26.3


Running the graphical installer from the installation image hosted
through IPFS, I can report the following experience:

The guidance, keyboard configuration & partitioning works well.  In fact
all goes charmingly until the stage where the sysconf is shown.  That
looks correct too.

Hitting continue at that point switches to a terminal wher I briefly see
cow-store being started.

Then the screen flashes back to the beginning of the installer.  Running
through the process again results in the disk drive not being available
for partitioning.

I cannot see any error messages in the brief time I see the terminal and
am not sure how to get an error log.

Happy to run some more commands to get additional information.

Best wishes,


Ludovic Courtès <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello Guix!
> I’ve run “make release” from the new ‘version-1.1.0’ branch and uploaded
> the result:
> Alternately (and preferably), you can get it over IPFS:
>   guix install ipfs
>   ipfs daemon &
>   ipfs ls QmXpSUnppJgf23LpaKJzRWJbQxwEfybJy9VxF79iTLSXqa
>   ipfs get …
> All the files are signed with my key, also used to sign this message.
> Please test things as much as you can, be it the binary installation
> tarball on a “foreign” distro or the ISO image.  Once you’ve downloaded,
> just follow the same instructions as before (if you want to use
> ‘’, you’ll have to adjust it to use the right tarball):
> If you encounter an issue, please report it to address@hidden,
> explaining what you did and what you observed.
> Notice that there’s no i686-linux installation image and no VM image,
> because of <> but i can provide
> those later.
> If everything goes well, we can publish the release on Monday, 13th,
> with few or no changes beyond translation updates on the ‘version-1.1.0’
> branch.
> Thanks in advance!  :-)
> Ludo’.

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