>If you type "source ~/.guix-profile/etc/profile"
>from a Bash shell, it loads the needed
>environment variable settings into that
>shell instance,and henceforth you
>should be able to run "icecat"
Maybe I should have read and understood the GUIX manual better.... Maybe I should not be haphazardly putting together my config.scm files on the fly.... Maybe I shouldn't be using root bash to test modifications I plan to make to my config.scm files... Maybe running GUIX on the 6 bear metal computers I use it on was a bad idea and I should be using VMs... But this explanation just saved me...Some root shells working and others not working, boy was I confused???... and this just saved me ... Mark H Weaver, Thank you, Thank you Thank you.
Just one little thing I might still be getting totaly wrong... given I know the classical lines:
#. "$GUIX_PROFILE/etc/profile"
What would this do differently in root, if anything?
#source /root/.config/etc/profile