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Packages in bullseye/i386 where the build dependencies failed to be satisfied

reproducible icon 96 (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.

apache2 python-ceilometerclient mh-e yorick-av fastaq fhist python-tinycss2 rocksdb python-testfixtures python-oauth2client libdate-calc-xs-perl python-gabbi smlnj libmaxmind-db-reader-xs-perl ariba paleomix delly umis unicycler cyvcf2 rapmap pbgenomicconsensus blasr bcbio qtltools python-gffutils python-pybedtools haskell-termonad pbalign libseqlib salmon bioperl-run quorum cross-toolchain-base unanimity minimac4 stacks websockify oslo-sphinx pbseqlib augustus rsem canu crac libnet-works-perl fastqtl metaphlan2 yade tophat pbdagcon centrifuge tnseq-transit bpftrace hinge pbbarcode edk2 deal.ii sspace trinityrnaseq giira psortb qcumber sga seqsero smalt htseq gasic srst2 racon nanopolish meta-torch-core-free fsm-lite samtools spades iva python-pysam reapr fitgcp grabix libtabixpp python-pbcore bedtools smalr mhap python-sqt python-pbcommand pbh5tools kineticstools pbbam# python-django-debug-toolbar python-networkx bio-eagle libvcflib python-oslo.middleware freebayes kallisto

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