> Installing a simpler config.scm and going incrementally forward with
> small changes might be worth considering.
Yeah, I refactored my config.scm to clean up all the mount flags I need
for btrfs. As well as to make sure the root is mounted before the other
mounts (gnu/store, grub etc). So I might have screwed up
something. Although I have never got GuixSD to work with this config so
could be something completely different.
Is there a quick way to just load the config.scm into the guile REPL
when booted into the iso and inspect the operating-system record? To
make sure everything looks good before running the whole install
As the whole task of setup wifi -> setup ssh -> guix system init ->
reboot turn around is quite long. I guess I could just write script and
put that on the iso to speed it up.
> Especially given that our guix/guile error messages can sometimes be
> quite cryptic if you dont know exactly what change caused the error.
Indeed, I had to look into the source code for why it was complaining
about my home file-system couldn't list the root file-system as a
dependency. Turns out it was because root has `needed-for-boot?' set to
true where as home didn't.