|Subject:||Re: Error messages and progress report|
|Date:||Tue, 11 Dec 2012 16:40:42 +0100|
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Am Dienstag, 11. Dezember 2012 schrieb Ludovic Courtès:
> Anyway, what does work is something like:
> $ guix-package --profile="" --install=hello
This worked, but in a rather strange way. .guix-profile did not exist
yet. It was created as a symbolic link to the new file
.guix-profile-1-link, itself a symbolic link to
I deleted the redirection and let .guix-profile point to /nix/store/...
directly. Then adding a second package recreates the previous situation,
with .guix-profile-1-link pointing to a different user environment
in /nix/store. And after removing the second package, I get a
.guix-profile-2-link pointing to the previous user environment in
As for the rough edges, installing the hello package twice results in
an error message, too.
Another question: My guix source and compile directory gets populated
with symbolic links t-profile* to files /nix/store/*user-environment
that survive even to "make distclean". I suppose I can safely delete them?
If yes, could they be deleted by "make clean"?
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