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Packages in buster/armhf which should not be build on "armhf"

reproducible icon 262 (0.9%) packages which should not be build in buster/armhf:

7kaa acpi acpi-support acpitail adlibtracker2 aiscm arcboot-installer armada-backlight arm-trusted-firmware atf-allwinner atitvout baycomepp bcal beignet bio-eagle bolt-lmm bowtie bowtie2 bpfcc bwa cciss-vol-status cde cen64 cen64-qt clementine cmospwd cmucl consensuscore cpqarrayd cpuid crystalhd cvc4 dapl darktable debootstick debos digitools dolphin-emu doomsday dpdk e3 edb-debugger elastix elilo-installer examl fakeroot-ng fasm faumachine fdutils fermi-lite fis-gtm fnfx fwupd-amd64-signed fwupd-arm64-signed fwupdate-amd64-signed fwupdate-arm64-signed fwupdate-i386-signed fwupd-i386-signed gamemode gatos gcc-3.3 gcc-6-cross-ports gcc-7-cross gcc-7-cross-ports gcc-8-cross gcc-8-cross-ports gcc-defaults-ports gfxboot gkrellm-x86info glide globus-xio-udt-driver gnumach golang-github-go-debos-fakemachine gpsshogi grml2usb grub grub-efi-amd64-signed grub-efi-arm64-signed grub-efi-ia32-signed hashcat hdapsd healpy hhsuite hisat2 hmmer hyperscan i7z i810switch i8kutils ibsim ibutils infernal infinipath-psm insighttoolkit4 intel-cmt-cat intel-gmmlib intel-gpu-tools intel-ipsec-mb intel-media-driver intel-processor-trace# inteltool intel-vaapi-driver invaders ioport iprutils iqtree khmer kissplice kpatch libacpi libcmrt libcxl libdfp libica libisal libocxl libosl libpsm2 librtas libsdsl libservicelog libsmbios libssw libvecpf libvpd libx86 likwid lilo lilo-installer loadlin longrun lphdisk lsvpd ltrace mac-fdisk marionnet matroxset memtest86 memtest86++ micro-evtd mig mingw-ocaml mit-scheme mkelfimage mkl-dnn mknbi mokutil mongodb msr-tools mupen64plus-audio-sdl mupen64plus-core mupen64plus-input-sdl mupen64plus-qt mupen64plus-rsp-hle mupen64plus-rsp-z64 mupen64plus-ui-console mupen64plus-video-arachnoid mupen64plus-video-glide64 mupen64plus-video-glide64mk2 mupen64plus-video-rice mupen64plus-video-z64 mv2120-utils nanopolish ndisgtk ndiswrapper numatop nvram-wakeup nvtv obs-studio opa-ff opa-fm openjdk-8-jre-dcevm openssl-ibmca openstack-debian-images open-vm-tools paflib palo parafly partman-prep paxtest pcsx2 pdbg pftools plast pnetcdf pommed portio postgresql-hll powerpc-utils ppc64-diag praat primus princeprocessor psst pstack qi raxml rear ree refind# relion renderdoc rio rna-star rocksdb rovclock rr ruby-rjb s390-dasd s390-netdevice s390-sysconfig-writer s390-tools s390-zfcp s3switch sdl-stretch servicelog shim shim-signed smlnj smlsharp snap-aligner# soapaligner soapdenovo soapdenovo2 sortmerna spoa spring springlobby sra-sdk stalin swarm-cluster sysconfig syslinux tails-installer tarantool-lts theano thermald tpb udt user-mode-linux uswsusp+ v86d vbetool vsearch vzctl vzquota wcc welcome2l wiredtiger wraplinux x86info xenomai xenwatch xmbmon xorp xserver-xorg-video-geode xserver-xorg-video-intel xserver-xorg-video-openchrome xserver-xorg-video-vmware yacpi zipl-installer zsnes

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