Ludovic Courtès <l...@gnu.org> writes:
> Ricardo Wurmus <rek...@elephly.net> skribis:
>> I’ve just installed GuixSD from the latest release on a server and
>> wanted to upgrade, so I ran “guix pull”.
>> Unfortunately, this fails as it attempts to download “guile-git”, which
>> has been moved from https://gitlab.com/amirouche/guile-git/ to
>> The result is this:
>> Starting download of /tmp/guix-file.ii1CKK
>> From https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/guix.git/snapshot/master.tar.gz...
>> ?.tar.gz 700KiB/s 00:20 | 13.4MiB
>> unpacking '/gnu/store/7kr7jvwrk37nl7c29kn4kicmf8jl302g-guix-latest.tar.gz'...
>> Cloning into
>> remote: Project 'amirouche/guile-git' was moved to 'guile-git/guile-git'.
>> remote: Please update your Git remote and try again:
>> remote: git remote set-url origin
>> fatal: repository 'https://gitlab.com/amirouche/guile-git/' not found
>> environment variable `PATH' unset
>> builder for
>> failed to produce output path
>> cannot build derivation
>> `/gnu/store/rl7ms8rmbywvydy4qf656g1sdfxafb7r-guile-git-0.0-2.06f9fc3.drv': 1
>> dependencies couldn't be built
>> guix pull: error: build failed: build of
> There should be substitutes, at least for the source:
Indeed. I had substitutes disabled in the daemon configuration (this is
a build host).
> (Hmm, this is armhf-linux?)
It should be x86_64.
> But yeah, the problem remains for someone building from source. :-/
Why does this happen with “guix pull”, though? Is “guile-git”
absolutely required by “guix pull”?
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