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Re: interactively debugging os configuration

From: c4droid
Subject: Re: interactively debugging os configuration
Date: Mon, 17 May 2021 16:28:06 +0800
User-agent: mu4e 1.4.15; emacs 27.2

c4droid writes:

> Hi, Kevin.
> kevinbanjo writes:
>> Hi everyone:
>> I think I might be on the verge of getting the guix system (or something
>> closely resembling it) running fairly simply under wsl 2 but this sample os
>> config file:
>> is giving me the following error:
>> ~ # guix system reconfigure --no-bootloader wsl-config.scm
>>                 (supplementary-groups '("wheel")))
>>                        |guix system: error: failed to load 'wsl-config.scm':
>>                %base-user-accounts))
>>                        |/root/wsl-config.scm:90:70: In procedure
>> profile-content: Wrong type argument: #<<scheme-file> name: "
>> I know elisp and clojure fairly well but not so much scheme and especially
>> not guile so can anyone either point out to me what the error is or failing
>> that how I might bring this up in a repl so I can interactively debug it?
> You can load your configuration file with guix repl, using the repl
> command ,l to load your configuration file (e.g. ,l 
> ABSOLUTE_PATH/wsl-config.asm)

Sorry for my typo, is wsl-conffig.scm :P

>> I have very limited capabilities of debugging it from the windows command
>> line tool running character based emacs which I installed in guix (and I'm
>> reluctant to go configuring guix too much more incase I break something and
>> have to just jettison it all and start over since I can't get the system
>> reconfigure going).
>> TIA,
>> -Kevin
> ------
> Best reguards
> c4droid

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