> sidhu1f <address@hidden
> > Installing for i386-pc platform.
> > /gnu/store/nrv2v67k7r6s8pr7fl97hjp649idiiqn-grub-2.02/sbin/grub-install:
> > error: unable to identify a filesystem in hostdisk//dev/sda; safety check
> > can't be performed.
> > The services not restarting error seems similar to bug#30706 which at
> > least in one person was able to resolve by rebooting
> > (https://debbugs.gnu.org/db/30/30706.html
). Rebooting doesn't help in
> > my case.
> > (bootloader (bootloader-configuration
> > (bootloader grub-bootloader)
> > (target "/dev/sda1")))
> Here ‘target’ specifies a partition instead of a disk, which may well be
> the issue.
> Did you mean “/dev/sda” instead?
Issue reported persists whether I use '/dev/sda1' or
'/dev/sda' (reason I tried 'sda1' is another long story to do
with libreboot, grub and GPT partiton table...)
I did discover something curious: my guix version seems unchanged
even after multiple 'guix system reconfigure' invocations. I do
believe I heeded the documentation to do a 'guix pull' before the
first reconfigure. Still, invocations of 'guix',
'/var/guix/profiles/system-1-link/profile/bin/guix --version' and
guix (GNU Guix) 12e352dbcfc07b870c812999ae81c16f0aa8dc2c
I tracked down the above three guix invocations to '.guix-real'
files in different '/gnu/store/<hash>-0.14.0-11.ab85cf7/bin'
subdirectories. While the <hash> differed, the '.guix-real' in
all seems (except for some pathnames) the same.
Could this indicate why I'm facing the services not restarting
error? In any case could you (or someone else) please help
resolve the problem. I have reasonable experience with guile and
can try to fix this on my own if given reasonable guidance
regarding where the problem may lie.