Debian navigation

freedombox package set for bullseye/i386

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

package set freedombox in bullseye/i386
The package set freedombox in bullseye/i386 consists of 87 packages:
None 2 (2.3%) packages failed to build reproducibly: perl apt
None 4 (4.6%) packages failed to build from source: libseccomp glibc gnutls28 xz-utils
None None None None 2 (2.3%) packages are either in depwait state, blacklisted, not for us, or cannot be downloaded: gcc-9 gcc-10
None 79 (90.8%) packages successfully build reproducibly: acl adduser attr audit avahi base-files base-passwd bash+ bzip2 cdebconf coreutils dash db5.3 debconf debian-archive-keyring debianutils deluge diffutils dpkg# e2fsprogs easy-rsa ejabberd elogind ez-ipupdate findutils firewalld gmp gnupg1 grep gzip hostname ikiwiki init-system-helpers jwchat libcap2 libcap-ng libffi libgcrypt20 libgpg-error libidn2 libselinux libsemanage libsepol libtasn1-6 libunistring libxcrypt libzstd lsb lz4 mawk monkeysphere mumble ncurses nettle network-manager ntp obfs4proxy openvpn p11-kit pam pcre2 pcre3 postgresql-common privoxy quassel roundcube sed shadow sqlite3 systemd sysvinit tar tor torsocks transmission tzdata unattended-upgrades util-linux 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.