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Re: sha256 hash mismatch

From: swedebugia
Subject: Re: sha256 hash mismatch
Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2018 17:21:49 +0100

On 2018-11-20 04:49, Fredrik Salomonsson wrote:
Den mån 19 nov. 2018 10:53 skrev swedebugia <address@hidden


    Sorry about the rough start. Guix-land is a real adventure sometimes!

No worries. Not my first time venturing into guix-land. I'm a little bit more prepared this time. Got a wifi-card that linux-libre supports. And I'm more familiar with the guile language.

Nice to hear :)

    Thanks for specifying the command and config.scm.
    Did you follow the manual?

Yes. I only authorised berlin. As I assume hydra is already authorised. Is that assumption correct?

I asume yes, but unfortunately hydra is not our most reliable infrastructure and we are in a process to replace it with berlin.

After authorizing both: run init with --substitute-urls="";

Then your should see that guix looks for substitutes from both.


Thanks for pointing out "guix weather". I've seen it mentioned from time to time in the mailing list. But didn't know what it was used for. Any good workflow to find a commit that have good substitute coverage?

I usually pick a commit a week from master or so. The ability to say how many substitutes are available for a given commit has not been implemented yet.

In the best of worlds perhaps cuirass could compute this and show it in a new column here:

As from what I understand, reading the manual. It will only check the guix version you're running.

Correct. Usually substitutes are build within a day or so of master if the infrastructure is working.

Check here e.g.

Berlin is the fastest and is quite reliable. Hydra is a backup in my configuration but not needed if berlin is online.

    If you want to hack on guix you will have to update guix above 0.15.

This was not correct.

That's my end goal. Just need to be able to install it. :)

Will try to do a guix pull, to see if that works.



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