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Re: GNU Icecat crashed tab

From: nightowl
Subject: Re: GNU Icecat crashed tab
Date: Sat, 29 Sep 2018 05:26:00 +0200
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I have been trying to upgrade the icecat package. I am using the 'guix system reconfigure' command, but seem to be running out of disk space. It is also starting to compile some things instead of using substitutes, but maybe I need to wait for the servers to settle down. Currently after running garbage collection, my installation is still about 17GB on a 20GB partition. I have several generations of past configurations, so would it be possible to free up space by removing some of the past generations? How would that be done, I do not see a command for doing that?

On 27.09.2018 08:06, Björn Höfling wrote:
On Thu, 27 Sep 2018 05:30:43 +0200
nightowl <address@hidden> wrote:

OK, I see the new version 60 now after running the 'guix pull'
command. I tried running the 'guix package -u' command but does not
do any upgrade.  I have the icecat package called out in my
config.scm file, so I think I need to run the 'guix system
reconfigure' command to make an upgrade to that package.  Does that
make sense?  I will try this tomorrow and let you know if it upgrades
ok and if it fixes the tab crash problem.

If you have the package in your system definition, that is exactly what
you have to do.


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