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Re: daemon: No rule to make target `nix/libstore/schema.sql'

From: Andreas Enge
Subject: Re: daemon: No rule to make target `nix/libstore/schema.sql'
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2012 22:56:25 +0100
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Am Donnerstag, 13. Dezember 2012 schrieb Ludovic Courtès:

> You must run ‘./bootstrap’ before anything else. It will take care of

> running autoreconf.

> > # cd nix

> > # ./sync-with-upstream


When just running ./bootstrap, I also get the "no rule to make target".

Should not the bootstrap script also execute the

cd nix; ./sync-with-upstream



This one actually ends with

cp: cannot stat `../nix-upstream/{COPYING,AUTHORS}': No such file or directory.


Nevertheless, "make install" succeeds.



Then I start

guix-daemon --build-users-group=nixbld


The command

./pre-inst-env guix-build hello

fails with



In ice-9/boot-9.scm:

149: 12 [catch #t #<catch-closure e18240> ...]

157: 11 [#<procedure db60f0 ()>]

In unknown file:

?: 10 [catch-closure]

In ice-9/boot-9.scm:

63: 9 [call-with-prompt prompt0 ...]

In ice-9/eval.scm:

407: 8 [eval # #]

In unknown file:

?: 7 [call-with-input-string "(apply (module-ref (resolve-interface '(guix-build)) 'guix-build) (cdr (command-line)))" ...]

In ice-9/command-line.scm:

174: 6 [#<procedure d254a0 at ice-9/command-line.scm:169:3 (port)> #<input: string 155e680>]

In unknown file:

?: 5 [eval (apply (module-ref # #) (cdr #)) #<directory (guile-user) e1dd80>]

In ice-9/boot-9.scm:

149: 4 [catch srfi-34 #<procedure f2a1a0 at guix/ui.scm:61:2 ()> ...]

157: 3 [#<procedure 1941aa0 ()>]

In guix-build:

201: 2 [#<procedure f2a1c0 at guix-build:199:2 ()>]

In guix/store.scm:

319: 1 [open-connection "/usr/local/guix-git/var/daemon-socket/socket" # #t]

In unknown file:

?: 0 [connect #<input-output: socket 6> # #<undefined>]


ERROR: In procedure connect:

ERROR: In procedure connect: No such file or directory


Actually, there is only a file


(notice the additional "nix").




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