they can't be placed anywhere or something?
I'm in an overlay, and I'm trying to place an assert inside an override (trying to bring a package from master, and should nixpkgs bump, I'd like to raise the assert, so that I can drop my override)
nix complains about unexpected assert
superbaloo: iirc it's syntatically kind of an odd duck
since it look very statement oriented, but nix doesn't really have statements. what's the construct where it's failing?
nixasdefault: yup, nothing too crazy, should just all work normally for hte most part
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Usually just some minor uefi/bootloader quirks. (like for example my BIOS forgot about the Windows Boot Loader entry after I installed another M2 drive... completely makes no sense, basically has to be a BIOS bug)
oh there was a bios update in there too, that could've interfered, but anyway, you get the idea. The Linux/Windows parts happily cohabitate.
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I've run this in Win/Linux on a single disk, as well as separate hard drives dedicated to both. Doesn't really change much.
Ok thanks colemickens thats the answer I was looking for. Been interested in going with nixOS just wanted to explore the community incase i needed some minor support while working with the OS. This chat is exactly the kind of thing I was looking for.
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(I'm particularly thinking of arrow and pyarrow, which are performance-sensitive and IIUC don't support switching between SSE4.2 and non-SSE4.2 codepaths based on the runtime features of the host -- it's purely a compile-time flag. And so our hydra builds of arrow and thus all of its reverse dependencies are often broken.)
[nixpkgs] @peti pushed to haskell-updates « hackage-packages.nix: automatic Haskell package set update »: https://git.io/Jt2up
After upgrading from 20.03 to 20.09 my system fails to boot, saying there is no /dev/sdd. My config has `boot.loader.grub.device`, `boot.initrd.postDeviceCommands`, and `fileSystems` that reference partitions on that device.
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If I change them to use one of the other names, is it more likely to work?
even though the package `nixpkgs.haskellPackages.hum` has been removed from the broken haskell packages list, nix still won't build it. Any clue as to why this could be? I already ran `nix-channel --update`
slabity: home-manager doesn't support flakes yet
Darktable seems slow to me, and when I look at the nix file, I see it uses the llvm openmp package if it is Darwin, but OpenMP isn't mentioned for the Linux env. Is OpenMP included some other way I'm not seeing?
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evanjs: not sure if i should be happy it helped :p
Sick. I'm attempting to install NixOS 20.09 Plasma on an Aorus Pro mobo and, while I am having no issue getting access to Wifi, my LAN connection isn't being perceived (1x Realtek® RTL8111H Gigabit LAN)
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dusty: Can you see it at all with `ifconfig -a`
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Ah, right. I had a hunch it might be firmware. But it appears your driver is not included in the kernel.
It seems you're looking for the r8168 driver
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adisbladis: ifconfig has been deprecated by iputils entirely afaik
Though I only learnt today that iwd is supposed to deprecate wpa_supplicant, which seems ..weird
For some reason this - https://termbin.com/8xk6p I cannot access fetchPypi, even though it is in the transmissionrpc package... Any idea?
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Also iw deprecates iwconfig, though I'd never heard of either!
bqv: Not really relevant, ifconfig is still OK
Just letting you know
I still think the ifconfig output is better
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Mainly useful cause lots of systems no longer include it by default