On Mon, Mar 12, 2018 at 01:24:37PM +0100, Danny Milosavljevic wrote:
I'm afraid this is still not correct.

# guix system init config.scm /mnt/mnt/
...
config.scm:64:9: error: you may need these modules in the initrd for 
/dev/nvme0n1p2: shpchp
hint: Try adding them to the `initrd-modules' field of your `operating-system' 
declaration, along these lines:

      (operating-system
        ;; ...
        (initrd-modules (append (list "shpchp")
                                %base-initrd-modules)))

I don't have `shpchp` as a module as I have it compiled into kernel
directly. Can I somehow disable the check?

I think it's a good idea to add a command-line switch that disables the check.

But then people will just disable the check always and it won't improve until
it's correct.  It's still a good idea to give people the choice.

Just small note - In my case I always run `system build` before
`system init` so I don't mind having any deeper analysis based on code
and configuration as long as it is correct. Maybe more people is using
same approach.

Best regards,

S_W

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