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Re: Regarding implementing sof-firmware in GUIX.

From: Ry Pemberton
Subject: Re: Regarding implementing sof-firmware in GUIX.
Date: Fri, 10 Dec 2021 23:58:56 +0000

Is there anything I could do to help? I have little to no experience with these 
kinds of things but maybe this is a fine jumping off point.

And thank you for the correction, I wasn't aware it was case sensitive (or a 
meme for that matter).


-------- Original Message --------
On Dec 10, 2021, 2:38 PM, Tobias Geerinckx-Rice wrote:

> Ry, [PSA: It's just ‘[GNU] Guix’, never ‘GUIX’ :-) I'm not sure why the 
> ‘GUIX’ meme appears to be picking up steam again as of late…] Ry Pemberton 
> via 写道: > I have an X1 Carbon (2021) that requires sof-firmware. It is > 
> libre > software, and I believe is included in the linux-libre kernel > since 
> > 5.2. Is there a way to get this firmware working on this laptop > with > 
> GNU GUIX? I tried to start a basic SOF package (attached), but quickly ran 
> into ‘The GNU C library is currently unavailable for this platform.’ Without 
> a cross-libc the build fails, looking for , which AFAICT is provided (only) 
> by libc. I've never cross-compiled firmware before so I don't know any next 
> steps. Of course, this being ostensibly libre software, we could package 
> prebuilt binaries[0] as I'm sure 99% of users actually use. It's not a good 
> option, and hardly Guixy, but not unprecedented. Kind regards, T G-R [0]: 

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