The Guix project has published a bug fix release for Guix System just a few weeks after the distribution's 1.0.0 milestone was reached. The new version, 1.0.1, offers a number of fixes and improvements, but the main focus is on a bug which could prevent common command line utilities from being in the user's executable path, meaning the programs would not run in invoked without their full path name. The project's blog explains: "The 1.0.1 release was primarily motivated by bug #35541, which was reported shortly after the 1.0.0 release. If you installed Guix System with the graphical installer, chances are that, because of this bug, you ended up with a system where all the usual GNU/Linux commands - ls, grep, ps, etc. - were not in $PATH. That in turn would also prevent Xfce from starting, if you chose that desktop environment for your system. We quickly published a note in the system installation instructions explaining how to work around the issue."
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