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[nixpkgs] @andersk opened pull request #108283 → cargo-download: Fix build by bumping url from 1.6.0 to 1.6.1 → https://git.io/JLdOW
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on the off chance that anyone here has gotten drunk enough to even attempt this, does anyone have experience with running longhorn on k8s on nix?
experiencing all kinds of fun with nsenter from the context of a container
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my current train of thought is that because nixos uses a wildly different $PATH to the container's, any attempt to find binaries is bound to fail miserably
failing this I'm going to have to subject myself to either gluster or ceph, and I'm honestly thinking bashing my head into this nice brick wall that I have adjacent might be more ideal than any of the present scenarios
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How do I determine all the local paths that will be copied into the nix store during the instantiation of a derivation? Eelco's thesis seems to suggest they're exactly the paths that either occur directly as attribute values of the derivation, or which occur arbitrarily nested inside lists in those attribute values. The string context isn't accounted for though. builtins.getContext can get me the corresponding paths in
the nix store that got instantiated by the splices in a string, but... I want the local paths, so I know which files could change to alter the derivation.
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(This also seems like it would be useful to know for security purposes, but for now I'm mostly concerned with a piece of software that wants to know which files to watch to automatically rebuild certain derivations.)
hi, beginner here, would like to try nixos on a raspberry pi 4, i see there is information on the website on getting it running but i'm missing the foundational knowledge on the boot process to really understand what's going on, anyone know a good resource for this?
HenryCH: #nixos-aarch64 is where all of the arm guys gather
hmm, what's this "PAM unable to dlopen(/nix/store/qm6aayy2y92qw68f0bhv4yxb3kdlgi1c-linux-pam-1.5.1/lib/security/pam_tally.so): /nix/store/qm6aayy2y92qw68f0bhv4yxb3kdlgi1c-linux-pam-1.5.1/lib/security/pam_tally.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory" spam about?
on $mainstream_distro pcmanfm follows freedesktop mime configs
but maybe not enough or nixos does them silly
or I did missconfig
I don't know.
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oh, I see, it's from nixos-generate-config
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[nixos-homepage] @github-actions[bot] pushed commit from GitHub Actions to master « Update flake.lock and blogs.xml [ci skip] »: https://git.io/JLdal
[nixpkgs] @khumba opened pull request #108322 → gramps: move intltool from buildInputs to nativeBuildInputs → https://git.io/JLdau
maybe I should debug at least first with xdg_open
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hi. i have a question. i forked the nixpkgs repository, added my package, opened a pull request, it was accepted. now i see my package in the unstable channel. what should i do to make my package be available for 20.09 channel?
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[nixpkgs] @prusnak merged pull request #108287 → Fetch pffft from upstream project website instead of bitbucket → https://git.io/JLdnF
there are also nix utilities to do the modifications, if applicable depending on the use case
Ke: I am appending to an rc file for GNU Octave. The RC file is already in the store, and I am building an environment around that. I need to update the RC file to point tot eh new location.
How can I export an environment variable that will be used during runtime? I can't seem to make wrapProgram work. In postBuildPhase it errors as command not found, and doesn't seem to do anything in the installPhase.
does anyone have any experience building a program which is both `c` and `go`, and uses a `Makefile` to build? it looks like the `Makefile` first builds some `.a` files with a `c` compiler, and then builds a `go` program which links in the `.a` files
i don't know enough to get it to work and would really appreciate any help, even just conceptually, how to do this
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[nixpkgs] @zowoq merged pull request #108270 → go_2-dev: change pname/version to use unstable format → https://git.io/JL5jL
[nixpkgs] @zowoq pushed to master « go_2-dev: change pname/version to use unstable format »: https://git.io/JLdQi
[nixpkgs] @rencire opened pull request #108348 → linuxPackages.hid-nintendo: init at 3.0 → https://git.io/JLd7Y
aanderse: That sounds pretty straightforward. How is it failing?
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fuiltilt: thanks. if i try to build with `buildGoModule` the failure is that the `.a` files don't exist (it wasn't compiled, only the `go` stuff)
if i try to build via the `Makefile` a host of other errors, i assume because it isn't using the nix `buildGoModule` stuff
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aanderse: Forgot to mention that I haven't used Go... I meant it seems straightforward from a Makefile perspective. Maybe add 'preBuild = "make foo.a bar.a"; buildInputs = [ <whatever-deps> ];'? Just guessing, based on reading nixpkgs/pkgs/development/go-modules/generic/default.nix...
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[nixpkgs] @nrdxp opened pull request #108349 → retroarch: fix darwin build → https://git.io/JLd5N
fuiltilt: was hoping to not have to duplicate `Makefile` logic, but yeah maybe I'll give that a try
I'm trying to get gnome3 and plasma5 selectable via gdm on boot, but can't get it working for the following reason: error: The option `system.nixos-generate-config.desktopConfiguration' has conflicting definitions, in `/nix/var/nix/profiles/per-user/root/channels/nixos/nixos/modules/services/x11/desktop-managers/gnome3.nix' and
`/nix/var/nix/profiles/per-user/root/channels/nixos/nixos/modules/services/x11/desktop-managers/plasma5.nix'.(use '--show-trace' to show detailed location information)
all that's needed to trigger this is: services.xserver.desktopManager.gnome3.enable = true; services.xserver.desktopManager.plasma5.enable = true;
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[nixpkgs] @Ericson2314 opened pull request #108350 → treewide: Inline more of the static overlay → https://git.io/JLdFg
So if there isn't a package available in nix (`nix-env -i syslinux` that is available with apt (`apt-get install syslinux`) what do people normally do?
syslinux is available, fwiw
`nix-env -iA nixpkgs.syslinux` should do it, i think?
(i don't remember how nix-env works with channels, since i do not use channels myself)
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[nixpkgs] @eliasp opened pull request #108356 → kinfocenter: fix symlink to systemsettings5 → https://git.io/JLdAa
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I am currently trying to setup NixOs on my new work laptop (Lenovo Thinkpad E14) and I have the base system up and running. However, once I want to start an X server that does not work. In the logs the only error I can find is: "open /dev/dri/card0: No suck fil
* I am currently trying to setup NixOs on my new work laptop (Lenovo Thinkpad E14) and I have the base system up and running. However, once I want to start an X server that does not work. In the logs the only error I can find is: "open /dev/dri/card0: No such file or directory"
I've been looking for a solution and it does seem to be DRM related. Does anyone have any ideas?
noobnix: I'd normally use 'nix search' to check if it exists under some slightly different name. also, you usually want to use 'nix-env -iA'
noobnix: packages have 2 names in nix: a name field in their definition, and an attribute name in the nixpkgs attrset. 'nix-env -i' takes the former, but in order to do that it has to evaluate the definition of every package in nixpkgs. 'nix-env -iA' takes the latter and is generally faster