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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: Thu, 14 Feb 2019 13:55:23 +0000

On February 13, 2019 6:19:59 PM UTC, "白い熊@相撲道" <address@hidden> wrote:

OK through extended trial and error I've determined the following —
only group passwd resolv.conf and services need to be created in /etc 

It then struck me to start with a clean guix binary install file — and
here's the surprise — Guix has internet access up until the middle of
the first guix pull, whence it fails on pulling the pem files. 

If you run in once more it'll pull guix itself, then it'll fail. 

On the third “guix pull” it'll just fail with the name resolution
failure and that's it. 

After this it doesn't pull anything and exhibits the behavior I've
reported. What's the issue? 

Bellow the full “guix pull” log of the three consecutive runs. What's
happening — why does it fail? 

Plus, I checked just to make sure — after this run, in the session, guix 
clearly can access the internet, as “guix build hello” downloads the hello 
package nicely. “guix package -i hello” fails, as it downloads other stuff and 
tries to build curl — whereby building curl fails on tests, as internet access 
tests for curl make fail. 

Don't know why it's not just installing “hello” and wants to install other 
stuff — substitutes are authorized, that's why “guix build” downloads it 

Anyhow — this seems to be specific issue — armhf related? Why is it failing on 
“guix pull” with the name resolution failure? It seems to be revolving around 

Anything else I can debug? 

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