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wow, ec2 now has mac minis
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Not very cheap so.
ah minimum is 24h
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heyas! qq, probably very dumb. I added `tmuxPlugins.resurrect` to my `environment.systemPackages`, but after a `darwin-rebuild switch`, i do not see `share/tmux-plugins/...` at all in `/run/current-system`. Isn't this supposed to be linked there ?
`/run/current-system/sw/share` only has these directories: bash-completion info locale man zsh
yeah, only specific things like binaries are linked by default
how would I go about getting things like tmux or vim plugins to be linked? Or perhaps a better Q is: What's the normal way to do this on nix-darwin? Is there an working example i could look at ?
i vaguely recall in my pre-nix-darwin days using something like `pathsToLink = [... "share" ];`
(in my config.nix, that is)
yes that's one option
but isn't there a nicer way to wrap tmux with plugins?
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well i don't know, which is why i'm asking ;P
I thought there was a tmux withPlugins thing
ah - i mentioned that because it didn't seem to work when i tried. Maybe i put it in the wrong spot...
lemme try again
ah yup, i'd put it in the wrong spot. Thanks @LnL, i should be able to munge along from here
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I just reinstalled nix and nix-darwin (as a single-user installation), and I'm getting a "/nix/var/nix/profiles/per-user/<username> is not a symlink" error when running "darwin-rebuild switch"
butterthebuddha: if you run `ls -l` on it, what is it?