[Nix-dev] Providing Debian, Arch etc. packages counterproductive?
tehunger at gmail.com
Fri Sep 25 19:51:59 CEST 2015
Thanks for doing that change! We've tried your package on a fresh install
and it doesn't add the channel or
`$HOME/.nix-profile/etc/profile.d/nix.sh`. After we've added those manually
we ran into the locale bug in . Are you getting that bug as well? And if
so, did you manage to work around that?
On 23 September 2015 at 10:15, Alastair Pharo <asppsa at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> I’m the author of this script by the way. I didn’t say that before.
> The bulk of the work that it does is in the install file which is not easy
> to view from the AUR website, so I’m not sure if you saw it. Here
> is a link to it in the git repo viewer. It’s still a very simple script;
> it’s mostly just doing what is described on the wiki for Debian:
> 1. create users
> 2. make a skeleton /nix folder
> 3. display a message telling the user how to enable the daemon.
> It wasn’t doing (2) properly until a few minutes ago; previously it was
> failing if /nix/store didn’t exist. As you will see, the installer is
> basically just a shell script that gets run as root when the package is
> installed, so if there is a more official version of this process, it would
> probably be quite easy to include it there.
> On 23 September 2015 18:02, Thomas Hunger wrote:
> Looking at  it looks like the only thing that package does is setting an
> env variable - how did you get your /nix tree started? Maybe we could
> extend nix-multiuser to execute your /nix steps on start?
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