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Two linux users, each has different packages available

From: Richmond
Subject: Two linux users, each has different packages available
Date: Thu, 24 Aug 2023 22:45:11 +0100
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I have two different linux users on my system. (Debian 11 x86). One has
icecat 102 installed, the other icecat 78. I cannot upgrade the user
with 78. The 102 version doesn't seem to be available.

On the first user:

guix package -A icecat
icecat    78.4.0-guix0-preview1    out    gnu/packages/gnuzilla.scm:725:2

On the other user:

guix package -A icecat
icecat            102.14.0-guix0-preview1    out                    
icecat-l10n       102.14.0-guix0-preview1   
icecat-minimal    102.14.0-guix0-preview1    out                    

How did this come about? I think I have possibly created an environment
by accident. But I don't know how to show it or remove it.


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