Hello Thorsten, Thorsten Wilms <t...@freenet.de> writes:
[…] > My understanding from the documentation is that the default login > manager Slim doesn't deal with Wayland. The only alternative seems to > be sddm. There is a Gnome Display Manager (GDM) service , which should be capable of Wayland, but it requires a work on. […] > What's behind (banana-service) vs (service banana-service-type)? Maybe > I'm a bad reader, but the documentation left me guessing / piecing it > from examples, which form to use, except that the later seems to allow > configuration? Both of them allow configuration. The ‘(*-service)’ calls ‘(service *-service-type)’. For example, ‘(gdm-service)’ from  does this. Last developed services provides only ‘(service *-service-type)’. > I'm also a bit on a loss on what I actually need regarding networking > services. During installation, "ifconfig enp5s2 up; dhclient -v > enp5s2" was sufficient. No Wifi here, just one wrong device enp2s0 to > avoid. ‘%desktop-services’ from a desktop template  provides a ‘network-manager-service-type’ which should setup a network according to DHCP server. Another approach is ‘dhcp-client-service’. […] > If one should do a guix pull before init, > https://www.gnu.org/software/guix/manual/html_node/Proceeding-with-the-Installation.html#Proceeding-with-the-Installation > should say so. I only recalled having seen that somewhere else, > afterwards! No ‘guix pull’ recommended before ‘guix init’ in the manual. ‘guix init’ was tested much more on a Guix release version (without ‘pull’). I recommend to start with an example template like  or with a smallest configuration as possible. -  https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/guix.git/tree/gnu/services/xorg.scm?h=master#n623 -  https://git.savannah.gnu.org/cgit/guix.git/tree/gnu/system/examples/desktop.tmpl Oleg.
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