Debian navigation

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

reproducible icon 84 (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.

ncbi-vdb fuse-umfuse-ext2 freebayes tnseq-transit qemu ariba itksnap srst2 projectl giira titanion htsjdk val-and-rick smuxi barrnap nifti2dicom openbios libvcflib spades camitk torus-trooper gasic tatan libfabric gunroar cross-toolchain-base fastqc lua-torch-optim ii-esu beagle oaklisp metaphlan2 mhap lua-torch-trepl simpleitk win32-loader paleomix arch-test pbgenomicconsensus libpmemobj-cpp haskell-termonad racon lix salmon bioperl-run minimac4 ginkgocadx trinityrnaseq pilon tilix fuse-umfuse-fat libseqlib psortb unicycler skiboot qcumber slof mu-cade view3dscene libdr-tarantool-perl lua-torch-graph plastimatch ipxe openhackware chromhmm xserver-xorg-video-glide+ meta-torch-core-free parsec47 tumiki-fighters lua-torch-nngraph gubbins colmap lua-torch-xlua fw4spl nanopass-framework-scheme lua-torch-nn surankco gazebo seqsero lua-torch-image canu centrifuge otb a7xpg

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.