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Re: How to remove extension 'network-manager-applet' from 'service prof

From: znavko
Subject: Re: How to remove extension 'network-manager-applet' from 'service profile-service-type'
Date: Sun, 07 Mar 2021 08:55:55 +0000

Hello, Joshua!
No, sorry. network-manager-applet is an extension of
that is included in xfce-service-type in desctop.scm.

Though I remove network-manager from %desktop-services
(I already done it in attached config)
but it pervades into my system
as far as network-manager-applet is included 
in profile-service-type (that s part of xfce-service-type) 
and network-manager-applet requires network-manager.

My trouble is that there are two places where 
'profile-service-type' is affected:

1. in xfce-service-type definition it is just only including
2. in %desktop-services it is extended with network-manager-applet

I think I need somehow to remove
from profile-service-type

How to do it?

Here it is 'xfce-desktop-service-type' definition:

Here netwok-manager-applet is included into profile-service-type:

March 6, 2021 5:01 PM, "Joshua Branson" <> wrote:

> znavko--- via <> writes:
>> Hello! I use 'xfce-desktop-service-type' in my config.scm
>> and xfce service is using 'profile-service-type'.
>> Everything was ok while this line not appeared in services/desctop.scm:
>> 1260:
>> (simple-service 'network-manager-applet
>> profile-service-type
>> (list network-manager-applet))
>> How can I remove back 'network-manager-applet' extension from 
>> profile-service-type
>> in my config (in attach)?
> Something like this might work:
> #+BEGIN_SRC scheme
> (use-service-modules
> networking)
> (define %my-desktop-services
> (remove (lambda (service)
> (member (service-kind service)
> (list
> network-manager-service-type
> )))
> %desktop-services))
> (operating-system
> (services
> (cons* %my-desktop-services)))
>> PS: I dislike networkmanager for it is buggy and slow.
> --
> Joshua Branson (joshuaBPMan in #guix)
> Sent from Emacs and Gnus
> "You can have whatever you want, as long as you help
> enough other people get what they want." - Zig Ziglar

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