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Re: Guix on Android, getaddrinfo, failure in name resolution

From: 白い熊
Subject: Re: Guix on Android, getaddrinfo, failure in name resolution
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2019 19:43:33 +0000

On January 15, 2019 6:03:57 PM UTC, Julien Lepiller <address@hidden> wrote:

>> Access meaning how? I have and set as nameservers…
>I mean, can you connect to these servers on UDP port 53? According to
>the rest of your answer, I guess guix cannot for some reason...
>So here's what I think is happening: you guix cannot connect to the
>internet, so it failed to connect to the name server. That failure
>triggered the name resolution error you saw. So we have to understand
>why guix cannot connect to the internet.
>>> If that doesn't work, as a workaround, you can resolve the names
>>> guix tries to reach, and put this in /etc/hosts:
>>> Whether it works or not will tell us more about where the issue
>>> be.
>> Yes! This is getting somewhere — now on the letsencrypt line it fails
>> with:
>> In procedure socket: Permission denied
>> This reminds me of ping socket errors when elevated privileges have
>> not been given to the ping binary. :@)
>> It fails with the same error even as root though. Hmm…
>Here, I think it's the daemon calling the download code... Did you run
>guix-daemon as root? Do you have a backtrace that you could send?

Yes, I'm starting the daemon as root — it's running in a second terminal 

The only feedback it outputs on every “guix pull” try is: 
accepted connection from pid 21773, user 10224
spurious SIGPOLL


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