~abyxcos/nas.nix

7cd19c89e5fc6fffe830bfe3d8d46e6911a7fd42 — root 1 year, 19 days ago ed39012
Fix the tabbing, remove all spaces. Heretics.
1 files changed, 25 insertions(+), 25 deletions(-)

M configuration.nix
M configuration.nix => configuration.nix +25 -25
@@ 50,15 50,15 @@ let options = {
		};
	};

  # libvirtd now requires polkit to be enabled
  security.polkit.enable = true;
	# libvirtd now requires polkit to be enabled
	security.polkit.enable = true;

  # Enable automatic upgrades but don't reboot
  system.autoUpgrade.enable = true;
  system.autoUpgrade.allowReboot = false;
	# Enable automatic upgrades but don't reboot
	system.autoUpgrade.enable = true;
	system.autoUpgrade.allowReboot = false;

  # Set your time zone.
  # time.timeZone = "Europe/Amsterdam";
	# Set your time zone.
	# time.timeZone = "Europe/Amsterdam";

	# If networking breaks:
	# nixos-rebuild switch --option substitute false


@@ 95,18 95,18 @@ let options = {
		};
	};

  # Select internationalisation properties.
  # i18n.defaultLocale = "en_US.UTF-8";
  # console = {
  #   font = "Lat2-Terminus16";
  #   keyMap = "us";
  # };
	# Select internationalisation properties.
	# i18n.defaultLocale = "en_US.UTF-8";
	# console = {
	#   font = "Lat2-Terminus16";
	#   keyMap = "us";
	# };

  # Define a user account. Don't forget to set a password with ‘passwd’.
  users.users.abyxcos = {
    isNormalUser = true;
    extraGroups = [ "wheel" "libvirtd" ]; # Enable ‘sudo’ for the user.
  };
	# Define a user account. Don't forget to set a password with ‘passwd’.
	users.users.abyxcos = {
		isNormalUser = true;
		extraGroups = [ "wheel" "libvirtd" ]; # Enable ‘sudo’ for the user.
	};

	# List packages installed in system profile. To search, run:
	# $ nix search wget


@@ 317,13 317,13 @@ let options = {
		defaults.email = "abyxcos@mnetic.ch";
	};

  # This value determines the NixOS release from which the default
  # settings for stateful data, like file locations and database versions
  # on your system were taken. It‘s perfectly fine and recommended to leave
  # this value at the release version of the first install of this system.
  # Before changing this value read the documentation for this option
  # (e.g. man configuration.nix or on https://nixos.org/nixos/options.html).
  system.stateVersion = "20.09"; # Did you read the comment?
	# This value determines the NixOS release from which the default
	# settings for stateful data, like file locations and database versions
	# on your system were taken. It‘s perfectly fine and recommended to leave
	# this value at the release version of the first install of this system.
	# Before changing this value read the documentation for this option
	# (e.g. man configuration.nix or on https://nixos.org/nixos/options.html).
	system.stateVersion = "20.09"; # Did you read the comment?

}