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Packages in bullseye/arm64 where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied

reproducible icon 92 (0.3%) packages where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied. Note that temporary failures (eg. due to network problems) are automatically rescheduled every 4 hours.

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