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installing .net core sdk 2.0 on NixOs (can't find templates)

Resume I am currently trying to install dot-net-core-sdk 2.0 with the Nix package manager in NixOs. I am very new to both NixOs, Nix, bash scripting and stuff like ELF. Yet I think I've successfully ...
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NixOS configuration to format disk before mounting

I'm running a VM on a virtual cluster. The (experimental) cluster provisioning system puts an unformatted block device in /dev/sdb. Upon cluster initialization, I want to format this device and mount. ...
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How to disable root password in NixOS?

I tried setting users.users.root.hashedPassword = "*"; similar to sudo passwd -d root or user { 'root': password => '*', require => Package[ruby-shadow], } in Puppet, but after sudo nixos-...
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How to detect redundant Nix packages?

Say I have services.foo.enable = true; and environment.systemPackages contains "foo". The latter is often redundant, because the foo service requires the "foo" package. How do I detect such duplicates,...
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Is there a faster alternative than `nixos-rebuild switch` when updating services?

Often I'm configuring a new service and having to run nixos-rebuild switch for the changes to take effect. For example setting up a configuration for a webserver. However the nixos-rebuild switch ...
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How to share nix store among multiple aws instances?

I am using nixops and want to reduce disk space consumption by sharing nix store among instances. Possible implementation: share /nix/store store through elastic file system. make cron job on random ...
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NixOS - how is environment.systemPackages implemented

I've started using NixOS. As far as I understand Nix is a purpose built functional language to avoid side-effects. All packages are part of a giant attribute set but as everything is lazily evaluated ...