I Love Arch, But GNU Guix Is My New Distro - Boiling Steam
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I wrote recently about building my new gaming desktop where, if you weren’t blinded by all the lights, I also noted that I’ve moved from Arch to GNU Guix as my distro of choice. Why? And what is Guix? (And… Continue Reading

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5urte bat

I’ve been interested by Nix-OS/Guix package managers every time I see them.

Have you tried them out? I have, and strongly recommend it. There’s some painpoints with both (such as heavy resource usage when rebuilding your config, or erratic error messages) but that’s definitely a very interesting approach to be explored. To be honest, i feel like this is the first major OS paradigm change we’ve had since the 90s and it could very well be the future of OS development.

zote
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my PC is apparently too vancy for guix, every time i try to boot the ISO, it dies just before opening the installer. Gotta wait til the linux-libre kernel catches up to the hardware i guess.

mickie
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Next gen LISP Machines ♥ .

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