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doc: Show both the "bare-bones" and the "desktop" configurations.

* doc/guix.texi (System Installation): Add xref to "Using the
  Configuration System" instead of including one here.
  (Using the Configuration System): Remove first example, and include
  os-config-bare-bones.texi instead.  Include os-config-desktop.texi as
  a second example.
* doc.am (OS_CONFIG_EXAMPLES_TEXI): New variable.
  (BUILT_SOURCES, EXTRA_DIST, MAINTAINERCLEANFILES): Use it.
  (doc/os-config.texi): Remove.
  (doc/os-config-%.texi): New target.
version-0.8.3
Ludovic Courtès 7 years ago
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@ -112,3 +112,5 @@ GTAGS
/emacs/guix-helper.scm
/emacs/guix-init.el
/emacs/guix-profiles.el
/doc/os-config-bare-bones.texi
/doc/os-config-desktop.texi

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@ -25,12 +25,16 @@ EXTRA_DIST += \
doc/images/bootstrap-graph.eps \
doc/images/bootstrap-graph.pdf
OS_CONFIG_EXAMPLES_TEXI = \
doc/os-config-bare-bones.texi \
doc/os-config-desktop.texi
# Bundle this file so that makeinfo finds it in out-of-source-tree builds.
BUILT_SOURCES += doc/os-config.texi
EXTRA_DIST += doc/os-config.texi
MAINTAINERCLEANFILES = doc/os-config.texi
BUILT_SOURCES += $(OS_CONFIG_EXAMPLES_TEXI)
EXTRA_DIST += $(OS_CONFIG_EXAMPLES_TEXI)
MAINTAINERCLEANFILES = $(OS_CONFIG_EXAMPLES_TEXI)
doc/os-config.texi: gnu/system/examples/bare-bones.tmpl
doc/os-config-%.texi: gnu/system/examples/%.tmpl
$(MKDIR_P) "`dirname "$@"`"
cp "$<" "$@"

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doc/guix.texi

@ -3925,20 +3925,14 @@ that end, the installation system comes with two text editors: GNU nano
It is better to store that file on the target root file system, say, as
@file{/mnt/etc/config.scm}.
A minimal operating system configuration, with just the bare minimum and
only a root account would look like this (on the installation system,
this example is available as @file{/etc/configuration/bare-bones.scm}):
@xref{Using the Configuration System}, for examples of operating system
configurations. These examples are available under
@file{/etc/configuration} in the installation image, so you can copy
them and use them as a starting point for your own configuration.
@example
@include os-config.texi
@end example
@noindent
For more information on @code{operating-system} declarations,
@pxref{Using the Configuration System}.
Once that is done, the new system must be initialized (remember that the
target root file system is mounted under @file{/mnt}):
Once you are done preparing the configuration file, the new system must
be initialized (remember that the target root file system is mounted
under @file{/mnt}):
@example
guix system init /mnt/etc/config.scm /mnt
@ -4021,29 +4015,7 @@ kernel, initial RAM disk, and boot loader looks like this:
@findex operating-system
@lisp
(use-modules (gnu) ; for 'user-account', '%base-services', etc.
(gnu packages emacs) ; for 'emacs'
(gnu services ssh)) ; for 'lsh-service'
(operating-system
(host-name "komputilo")
(timezone "Europe/Paris")
(locale "fr_FR.utf8")
(bootloader (grub-configuration
(device "/dev/sda")))
(file-systems (cons (file-system
(device "/dev/sda1") ; or partition label
(mount-point "/")
(type "ext3"))
%base-file-systems))
(users (list (user-account
(name "alice")
(group "users")
(comment "Bob's sister")
(home-directory "/home/alice"))))
(packages (cons emacs %base-packages))
(services (cons (lsh-service #:port 2222 #:root-login? #t)
%base-services)))
@include os-config-bare-bones.texi
@end lisp
This example should be self-describing. Some of the fields defined
@ -4076,6 +4048,17 @@ generated as needed (@pxref{Defining Services}). @xref{operating-system
Reference}, for details about the available @code{operating-system}
fields.
The configuration for a typical ``desktop'' usage, with the X11 display
server, a desktop environment, network management, an SSH server, and
more, would look like this:
@lisp
@include os-config-desktop.texi
@end lisp
@xref{Desktop Services}, for the exact list of services provided by
@var{%desktop-services}.
Assuming the above snippet is stored in the @file{my-system-config.scm}
file, the @command{guix system reconfigure my-system-config.scm} command
instantiates that configuration, and makes it the default GRUB boot

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