l...@gnu.org (Ludovic Courtès) writes:
> Diego Nicola Barbato <dnbarb...@posteo.de> skribis:
>> Betriebssystem unter »/mnt« wird initialisiert …
>> In execvp of
>> Datei oder Verzeichnis nicht gefunden
>> guix system: error: failed to register
>> '/gnu/store/2g4dzfcs6nf906d7jl6q225llmnv7krl-linux-libre-4.15' under '/mnt'
>> copying to '/mnt'...
>> It does not matter that it is a loopback device. The same thing happens
>> if I try to install it on a USB flash drive.
>> The issue seems to be that there is no
>> in my store. All I could find was this:
> Could you try to figure out where that
> d4wwx93gqizx132zjk7h1ir7rzph0pig-guix-0.12.0-10.ba2260d comes from?
I could not figure out where this comes from. As I mentioned it is not
in my store, yet (only) "guix system init" seems to look for it.
> Also, current master is at 0.14.0*, so it’s surprising that you end up
> using such an old version.
It is indeed quite surprising. Especially since "type -P guix-register"
returns "/run/current-system/profile/sbin/guix-register" which links to
and "type -P guix" returns "/run/current-system/profile/bin/guix" which links to
(for both my user and root).
> Could it be that ~root/.config/guix/latest points to that old Guix?
It did not (I ran "guix pull" as user and as root last Friday,
2018-02-02). And now after running "guix pull" again (as both user and
root) ~root/.config/guix/latest and ~/.config/guix/latest point to
> Does “sudo guix pull” help?
Unfortunately "sudo guix pull" and "guix pull" did not help either.
The error persists even after running
"guix system reconfigure /etc/config.scm" and rebooting.