@lue Both, but I was referring to Guix in particular here 😊
Guix Installer doesn't boot, I try to find other ways to get it running
@lue @espectalll You can even create an installer by installing Guix on a foreign distro, creating a disk image, and then install from that disk image with a new config file using "guix system reconfigure". 🙂
Essentially you would do an install by "updating" to a different location as specified in your system config file. 😛
That way, you can create an installer with a nonfree Linux kernel, for example 🙂
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