I wasn’t able to install ookla-speedtest package, tested this with flox 0.2.2-r519 on Ubuntu and Debian on several servers, and I have
❯ flox install unstable.ookla-speedtest warning: input 'flox' has an override for a non-existent input 'nixpkgs-flox' warning: input 'flox' has an override for a non-existent input 'nixpkgs-flox' error: path '/nix/store/k6kq69k5cbc7xa7a41al5byk139d7pn0-ookla-speedtest-1.2.0' does not exist and cannot be created (use '--show-trace' to show detailed location information) ERROR: failed to install packages: flake:nixpkgs-flox#evalCatalog.x86_64-linux.unstable.ookla-speedtest
input 'flox' has an override for a non-existent input 'nixpkgs-flox' is constantly present, also when I do a simple
flox upgrade, I don’t know what I should do to get rid of it.
I read a post of @robinbrantley to another similar issue, so I tested her recommended solution, and it worked:
❯ flox install 'nixpkgs#ookla-speedtest' warning: input 'flox' has an override for a non-existent input 'nixpkgs-flox' Installed 'nixpkgs#ookla-speedtest' package(s) into 'default' environment.
I’m still in the learning phase regarding flox/nix, and would like to know if that warning and the solution suggested by Robin are related issues, I thought using nixpkgs channel was enough to use nixpkgs repository/cacche. Here’s my configured channels:
❯ flox channels CHANNEL │ TYPE │ URL ───────────────┼──────┼────────────────────────────────── flox │ flox │ github:flox/floxpkgs/master nixpkgs-flox │ flox │ github:flox/nixpkgs-flox/master
I hope you can explain me a little bit what’s going on, and thanks for your excellent work and support.