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Re: stumpwm on guix - "sb-cltl2" issues

From: Katherine Cox-Buday
Subject: Re: stumpwm on guix - "sb-cltl2" issues
Date: Fri, 06 May 2022 09:44:46 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/27.2 (gnu/linux)

Wil deBeest <> writes:

> Wil deBeest <> writes:
>> Benjamin Slade <> writes:
>>> I'm trying to run my long-standing stumpwm init.lisp on a recent Guix
>>> install, using the packaged stumpwm, however when it launches, it
>>> fails to process the init.lisp and gives me an "Don't know how to
>>> REQUIRE sb-cltl2." error.
>>> I've set the SBCL_HOME variable both in .xprofile and in the init.lisp
>>> itself [via `(sb-posix:putenv
>>> "SBCL_HOME=/run/current-system/profile/lib/sbcl/")' ], but this
>>> doesn't seem to help.
>>> Is there a good way around this? (On my other system I just compile
>>> stumpwm from source and install; I don't know if that makes a
>>> difference here.)
>>> —Ben
>> I used to have the same problem, but I don't remember what fixed it.
>> SBCL_HOME isn't set at all, I only have `exec 
>> /home/bovid-19/.guix-profile/bin/stumpwm' in my
>> `~/.xinitrc', and my stumpwm init file starts like this:
>> (in-package :stumpwm)
>> (require 'sb-cltl2)
>> I'm not sure what else I can look for.
> I have probably found the solution: in addition to stumpwm, I also have
> `cl-trivial-cltl2' and `cl-asdf' (and sbcl) in my system configuration.
> If you can confirm that those two packages are what was missing, we
> should add them to the stumpwm package as inputs.

I think I have this problem? But like Benjamin, it has also been a very long 
time since I addressed it. In my profiles, I include:

                 ;; net module has this unacknowledged dependency

and I don't seem to have any problem. I start it from lightdm, and I don't 
think that's doing anything special.

Probably in my case some of the modules are including the missing dependencies.

I hope that helps somehow.


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