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This sounds like corruption due to running out of disk space to me. Can you run nix-collect-garbage -d, re-enter the nix-shell and run that command again?


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With some help from a few fellow plutus pioneers that also ran into this issue, it has been resolved. This was the solution: For Windows users who encounter the following error in Docker or wsl: "Index state found was 2021-02-24T00:00:00Z and no index-sha256 was provided." It turns out, you have to git clone Plutus with autocrlf disabled: git ...


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I've found out that the issue comes from the playground stuff. (don't ask me why...) Commenting the lines [360 .. 365], 24 and 28, the problem goes away. Note that doing this, the old friend GHC Core to PLC plugin; E043:Error comes up, but at least you can navigate the code and look at the documentation.


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I had trouble getting the plutus playground environment to run properly until I followed the directions in this link https://docs.plutus-community.com/docs/setup/Ubuntu.html and first did the uninstall at the bottom of the page and did the re-install (as explained on the same page from the link provided above) for multiple-user. The multi-user version is ...


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Fixed. I had the Cardano node previously installed which involves compiling and installing libsodium. What I did was go into the libsodium folder and sudo make libsodium uninstall Then re-ran nix installation and now I get a nix-shell.


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don't know if it can help, but after cloning the plutus-apps repository, I ran cabal update, and then nix-shell. Once that was finished, I just followed the README and ran cabal build plutus-pab. I then followed the instructions on page 2 of this document -> https://docs.google.com/document/d/13112LHG9vVvNUs40oZSqZ-DF6_yFiT_SJZ2NaEmjMM4/edit# although I ...


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I went ahead and got ahold of a fedora 35 install. I was not able to install the --daemon version, due to fedoras SELinux enforcement. I did however manage to install nix in single user mode. and nix-shell works. $ nix-shell -p hello these 42 paths will be fetched (61.29 MiB download, 281.92 MiB unpacked): ... [nix-shell:~]$ hello Hello, world! [nix-shell:~]...


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looks like we're following the same instructions to install the IOHK binary caches with a couple of small differences, and honestly, I have no idea whether this makes any difference. I believe that may have used the multi-user installation for nix. After cloning the plutus-apps repository, I ran cabal update, and then nix-shell. Once that was finished, I ...


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Some characters pasted from Windows are encoded in ways that your shell can't interpret. Either (1) type the command manually, or (2) after pasting the command into the shell, manually replace all whitespace with simple spaces before running it.


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This is documentation drift. Those two applications have moved to the plutus-apps repository. If you do the same exact steps cloning plutus-apps instead of plutus repository, it will work.


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It looks like those folders are not in the git repo. I am running into same problem. I am following instructions for MacOS from here: https://docs.plutus-community.com/docs/setup/MacOS.html And didn't realize it until i tried to build the playground client and server. When i try to build with this command: $ nix-build -A plutus-playground.client --option ...


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You have to create these directories yourself and the "nix.conf" file with the contents from https://github.com/input-output-hk/plutus#iohk-binary-cache. Maybe this video will help you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cdu0gzCiYbY&t=758s


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