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Re: guix shell: error: mount: Invalid argument

From: Tobias Geerinckx-Rice
Subject: Re: guix shell: error: mount: Invalid argument
Date: Sat, 19 Nov 2022 20:46:43 +0100

bbb ee 写道:
So /home/dev_1 (not $HOME; see error message)

No, I was confused as well, sorry.

In the back of my mind was another user reporting they used some FUSE-based encryption of $HOME, and I thought you might be using that. This tainted my thinking.

I have no other idea what could be happening. What I ‘reproduced’ in my previous mail is probably not what is happening to you, even if the error messages are the same.

But it is definitely something related to your installation:

guix shell --container coreutils -- echo Elmo

should, of course, always work.

Does this system have ‘uncommon’ kernel restrictions in place, like SELinux or other hardening? Is there anything printed in dmesg when the container fails to start?

Kind regards,


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