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Re: problem with common lisp

From: Adam Kandur
Subject: Re: problem with common lisp
Date: Sat, 24 Oct 2020 17:59:44 +0200 (CEST)

hi, i realized that i have this problem with sbcl itself, if i install sbcl in 
my main profile (without any of my packages, only sbcl from guix channel) i 
still got this error:

fatal error encountered in SBCL pid 1954 tid 1954:
Unhandled SIGILL at 0x52000e9d.

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Oct 21, 2020, 22:51 by

> Please keep help-guix CC. :-)
> On Wed, 21 Oct 2020 at 23:53, Adam Kandur <> wrote:
>> hi, i mean that my packages for common lisp are same as one week ago when 
>> everything worked. also i had same issues with packages from guix channel.
>> don't know about guix-deploy
> I understand.
> First, since the package you are building is yours, more information
> is required to be able to find what is wrong.  Idem about your
> channel.
> The questions in my previous email are:
>  1. could you provide the last version of Guix where it "worked"?
>  2. could you provide the current version of Guix where it is "broken"?
> The #1 means that you have to:
>  a) "guix pull -l | grep guix".  This will display all the previous
> versions of Guix you had (hoping that you have not deleted by running
> "guix gc" with some well-chosen options).
> From these versions (hashes), you can run:
>  guix time-machine --commit=<hash> -- build -L paht/to/your/local/pkg sbcl-foo
> and see which worked and which not.  The easiest is to go
> anti-chronological (start by your current Guix version and go
> backward).
>  b) "guix describe" and probably attach the recipe of your broken
> package.  For example it seems that one of your package is named
> "sbcl-deploy" since you have one item in the store named
> "/gnu/store/fgfag09f1amsk82bs6jmg9h4rv6hqb94-sbcl-deploy-0.0.0-1.59fd497"
> and this package is not in "master", AFAICT.
> All the best,
> simon

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