Debian navigation

cloud-image package set for bullseye/amd64

Debian package sets:
desktop package sets:
Debian distribution package sets:
maintenance team package sets:

package set cloud-image in bullseye/amd64
The package set cloud-image in bullseye/amd64 consists of 170 packages:
None 7 (4.1%) packages failed to build reproducibly: perl+ autogen gettext+ gcc-8 sudo python2.7 qemu
None 11 (6.5%) packages failed to build from source: libpsl grub2# isc-dhcp glib2.0 db5.3 sensible-utils cloud-init cdrkit gnutls28 pam xz-utils
None 152 (89.4%) packages successfully build reproducibly: acl adduser apparmor aptitude asn1crypto audit base-files base-passwd bash# bash-completion blinker bsdmainutils busybox bzip2 ca-certificates cdebconf chardet cloud-utils configobj coreutils cpio cron dash dbus debconf debian-archive-keyring debianutils diffutils distro-info-data dmidecode dpkg# e2fsprogs efivar elfutils expat file findutils firmware-free freetype gdbm+ glibc gmp gnupg2 gpm grep gzip ifenslave ifupdown initramfs-tools init-system-helpers iproute2 iptables iputils jinja2 joe kbd keyutils klibc kmod krb5 less libaio libbsd libcap2 libedit libestr libfastjson libgcrypt20 libgpg-error libidn libidn2 liblocale-gettext-perl liblognorm libmnl libnetfilter-conntrack libnfnetlink libnftnl libpng1.6 libseccomp libselinux libsemanage libsepol libtasn1-6 libtext-charwidth-perl+ libtext-iconv-perl libtext-wrapi18n-perl libunistring libutempter libxml2 libxslt libyaml libzstd linux-base linux-signed-amd64 lsb lvm2 lz4 markupsafe mawk mime-support most mpdecimal nano ncurses netbase net-tools newt ntp openssh openssl p11-kit pcre2 pcre3 pigz procps pyjwt python3-defaults python-certifi python-cffi python-cryptography python-defaults python-idna python-json-patch python-json-pointer python-jsonschema python-oauthlib python-setuptools python-urllib3 pyyaml readline requests rsyslog screen sed setuptools shadow six slang2 sqlite3 systemd sysvinit tar tasksel tcp-wrappers tzdata ucf unscd util-linux vim wget xapian-core zlib

A package name displayed with a bold font is an indication that this package has a note. Visited packages are linked in green, those which have not been visited are linked in blue.
A # sign after the name of a package indicates that a bug is filed against it. Likewise, a + sign indicates there is a patch available, a P means a pending bug while # indicates a closed bug. In cases of several bugs, the symbol is repeated.