|Subject:||Re: [GNUnet-developers] Guix based tooling for GNUNet|
|Date:||Sun, 1 Apr 2018 09:01:47 +0200|
2018-03-31 21:51 GMT+02:00 Schanzenbach, Martin <address@hidden>:Hmm. The nssdir thing is just a warning.
There seems to be a permissions problem for the configure files (such as config.log).
That must be rooted in the build system (guix?) in this case though.
For example: I guess you could reproduce it by executing configure as root and then after as user. Result should be the same.Guix does its builds in an "isolated" folder and it's a "build" user that does the build in such an environmentSo I can' t build as root and then as a userNot it's building againI just scrapped the gnunet folder and checked out again from gitIn this way, it buildsIf I try to build locally (not putting Guix inb charge of the build, but rather doing it myself by hand) and THEN ask guix to build, it happens what I reportedBut this is a matter for the guix mailing listOn my Fedora workstation, it builds and passes a
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