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Re: Trying to define a package

From: Pierre Neidhardt
Subject: Re: Trying to define a package
Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2018 23:08:13 +0530
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Arnaud B <address@hidden> writes:

> *"The (...) gnu-build-system represents the familiar GNU Build System,
> where packages may be configured, built, and installed with the usual
> ./configure && make && make check && make install command sequence."*
> I checked that bash, bash-minimal, bash-completion are all found in the
> store (actually in 3 differents versions after guix puil I guess).

But are they found in your user PATH?

If bash-minimal and bash are not installed in your user session and you
run ~guix build...~ directly, the failure is to be expected.

Two solutions here:

- Install all the required tools in your user profile.
- Use ~guix environment freefilesync...~.  Cf. the manual.

Pierre Neidhardt

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