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What is the standard way to install a package so that all users may use
What is the standard way to install a package so that all users may use the package?
Mon, 16 Mar 2020 10:30:20 -0400 (EDT)
First, congratulations! and thanks for Guix!
I run mostly Debian and Debian derived systems. One week ago I
installed Guix OS on a Thinkpad laptop. The install was smooth.
Then I, as root, installed Emacs. Of course, my regular non-root
user "jays", saw no Emacs. I then, by some command of
symlinking, got Emacs visible to jays, indeed, the same
executable of Emacs is now used by both root and jays.
What is the standard way to install a Guix package so that all
users on a single hardware box, can use the package? That is,
I'd like an install procedure so that by means of the procedure,
installation of a package is like, from one angle of view, just
using apt on a Debian system.
Again, thank you for Guix!
- What is the standard way to install a package so that all users may use the package?,
Jay Sulzberger <=