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Source code archiving in Guix: new publication

2024-05-31

We are glad to announce the publication of a new research paper entitled Source Code Archiving to the Rescue of Reproducible Deployment for the ACM…

Authenticate your Git checkouts!

2024-05-07

You clone a Git repository, then pull from it. How can you tell its contents are “authentic”—i.e., coming from the “genuine” project you think you’re pulling from, written by…

Adventures on the quest for long-term reproducible deployment

2024-03-13

Rebuilding software five years later, how hard can it be? It can’t be that hard, especially when you pride yourself on having a tool that can …

Fixed-Output Derivation Sandbox Bypass (CVE-2024-27297)

2024-03-12

A security issue has been identified in guix-daemon which allows for fixed-output derivations , such as source code tarballs or Git checkouts, to be corrupted by an unprivileged…

Identifying software

2024-03-04

What does it take to “identify software”? How can we tell what software is running on a machine to determine, for example, what security vulnerabilities might affect it? …

Guix Days 2024 and FOSDEM recap

2024-02-10

Guix contributors and users got together in Brussels to explore Guix's status, chat about new ideas and spend some time together enjoying Belgian beer! Here's a recap of…

Guix at FOSDEM 2024

2024-01-19

It's not long to FOSDEM 2024, where Guixers will come together to learn and hack. As usual there's some great talks and opportunities to meet other users and contributors. …

Building packages targeting psABIs

2024-01-14

Starting with version 2.33, the GNU C library (glibc) grew the capability to search for shared libraries using additional paths, based on the hardware capabilities of the machine running the…

Write package definitions in a breeze

2023-11-24

More than 28,000 packages are available in Guix today, not counting third-party channels. That’s a lot—the 5th largest GNU/Linux distro ! But it’s nothing if the one…

A build daemon in Guile

2023-10-30

When using Guix, you might be aware of the daemon . It runs in the background but it's a key component in Guix. Whenever you've been using Guix to…

A new Quality Assurance tool for Guix

2023-09-12

Maintaining and expanding Guix's collection of packages can be complicated. As a distribution with around 22,000 packages, spanning across around 7 architectures and with support for cross-compilation, it's quite common…

Parameterized Packages for GNU Guix

2023-06-09

Hello Guix! I'm Sarthak and I'll be working on implementing Parameterized Packages for GNU Guix as a Google Summer of Code intern under the guidance of Pjotr Prins…

From development environments to continuous integration—the ultimate guide to software development with Guix

2023-06-05

Guix is a handy tool for developers; guix shell , in particular, gives a standalone development environment for your package, no matter what language(s) it’s written in.…

The Full-Source Bootstrap: Building from source all the way down

2023-04-26

We are delighted and somewhat relieved to announce that the third reduction of the Guix bootstrap binaries has now been merged in the main branch of Guix! …

Dissecting Guix, Part 3: G-Expressions

2023-04-19

Welcome back to Dissecting Guix ! Last time, we discussed monads , the functional programming idiom used by Guix to thread a store connection through a series of store-related…

Reinstating an iconic error message

2023-04-01

Software development is a social process. What might be a “bug” for someone might well be a “feature” for someone else. The Guix project rediscovered it the hard…

Building Toolchains with Guix

2023-03-15

In order to deploy embedded software using Guix we first need to teach Guix how to cross-compile it. Since Guix builds everything from source, this means we must teach…

Dissecting Guix, Part 2: The Store Monad

2023-02-20

Hello again! In the last post , we briefly mentioned the with-store and run-with-store macros. Today, we'll be looking at those in further…

Meet Guix at FOSDEM

2023-01-23

GNU Guix will be present at FOSDEM next week, February 4th and 5th. This is the first time since the pandemic that FOSDEM takes place again “in the…

The Filesystem Hierarchy Standard Comes to Guix Containers

2023-01-06

GNU Guix is different from most other GNU/Linux distributions and perhaps nowhere is that more obvious than the organization of the filesystem: Guix does not conform to the Filesystem…

Dissecting Guix, Part 1: Derivations

2023-01-04

To a new user, Guix's functional architecture can seem quite alien, and possibly offputting. With a combination of extensive #guix -querying, determined manual-reading, and plenty of source-perusing, they…

GNU Guix 1.4.0 released

2022-12-19

We are pleased to announce the release of GNU Guix version 1.4.0! The release comes with ISO-9660 installation images, a virtual machine image, and with tarballs to install the…

Wrapping up Ten Years of Guix in Paris

2022-09-28

Two weeks ago, some of us were in Paris, France, to celebrate ten years of Guix ! The event included 22 talks and 12 lightning talks, covering topics…

Celebrating 10 years of Guix in Paris, 16–18 September

2022-06-13

It’s been ten years of GNU Guix ! To celebrate, and to share knowledge and enthusiasm, a birthday event will take place on September 16–18th, 2022 , in…

10 years of stories behind Guix

2022-04-18

It’s been ten years today since the very first commit to what was already called Guix—the unimaginative name is a homage to Guile and Nix , which…

Keeping one’s home tidy

2022-03-21

How much effort to recreate your work environment when you switch to a new machine? What would it take to roll back to your previous environment once you’ve noticed…

Online Guix Day Conference: schedule released!

2022-02-14

The Guix hackers are very happy to announce the second online Guix Days Conference on Saturday and Sunday, 19 & 20 February 2022 . This conference is open…

Sunsetting gzip substitutes availability

2022-02-09

Starting next month (2022/03/01), the build farm known as ci.guix.gnu.org will no longer offer gzip-compressed binary substitutes. The Guix daemon has known to use lzip for substitutes since 2019…

Meet Guix at FOSDEM

2022-02-02

As usual, GNU Guix will be present at FOSDEM this week-end, February 5th and 6th. Due to the pandemic, FOSDEM takes place on-line for the second year, but…

Announcing the second online Guix Days

2022-01-12

The Guix hackers are very happy to announce the second online Guix Days Conference on 19 & 20 February 2022 . This conference is open to everyone and…