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This post is a sort of “fresh in my mind” walkthrough of setting up a Guix channel. Most of the information I'll go over is from or alluded to in that section of the Guix manual, but I found the ordering and wording to be a bit confusing. Plus, none of the PGP signing or git steps are covered. This will instead be a step-by-step recap of what I did, both for myself and the broader community. Note that for unsigned repositories, the order doesn't actually matter; for signed repositories, this is the simplest order.

I plan to eventually write a series of blog posts on what Guix is and why it rocks, but if you're reading this you probably don't need it. Still, I wrote some preliminary thoughts a while back. While some things mentioned there have changed in the months since, including my understanding of Guix, it's still a decent overview.

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I've been using Guix for almost six months now. I figured it was about time for me to compile my thoughts and experiences for others. In this post, I'll provide a brief backgrounder on Guix, then talk about how I use it.


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