can't believe it has been 7 years since I wrote the first version of `guix environment`. there were far fewer guix users then and they had different expectations than what I'd consider the average developer. so, I'm happy to see that the community has coalesced around semantics/conventions that better fit the most common development use cases in the new `guix shell` tool!
Haunted Dungeon early beta
Haunted Dungeon on itch.io
Hey, it's a new and slightly more usable build (still Mac only) of the Haunted Dungeon! You can now use all the weapons & armor, eat & drink food & potions, might even make it down to floor 2 or 3!
Up in the next few days:
Tossing out items. I need to write a new event mode for selecting it, so I didn't feel like it today.
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Quick question about using GNU #Guix on a foreign distro: Can programs installed with it use (proprietary) drivers already installed on the system?
I tried running vlc from Guix with the vdpau output, but that led to a lot of errors about a missing file. The flatpak version of vlc works with the vdpau output.
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on a new computer, with a new Ubuntu 21.04 and a new #Emacs installation
I try to open a .scm file in Emacs and it asks me for a #scheme implementation
This didn't happen on the old computer
Anyway I type "guile" and it claims there's no match
In the terminal if I type "guile" Guile 3.0.5 comes up
What the #^§ is this ?
I just recieved my #thinkpad T470 and it's time to install a linux distro. I always end up installing #archlinux in the end, but for now I will be trying out some other distros. Seeing as the Thinkpad is notably well supported by truly Free software, I'm going to try one of GNU's recommended distros. #guix seems especially appropriate right now.
#DearFediverse, a question on dev environment isolation. Is either #NixOS or #GUIX usable as an OS for day-to-day use (coding, browsing, occasional gaming)? Or is it better to just use their respective package managers on top of regular Linux? Also, anyone here doing desktop #virtualization? Is there a sense of running a #VM per project? Is that a viable alternative to dual-booing Windows when I want to do some Windows dev or play a game?
I'm planning to overhaul my desktop and am exploring options.
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