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package set cloud-image_build-depends in buster/i386
The package set cloud-image_build-depends in buster/i386 consists of 343 packages:
None 37 (10.8%) packages failed to build reproducibly: swig python-docutils cppunit systemtap cwidget readline apache2 gettext flex texi2html gdbm python2.7 autoconf indent doxygen sharutils icu unifont dejagnu perl# gcc-7# autogen pypy dist linux gnutls28 sqlite3 python3.7 cvs rsync+ groff geoip imagemagick gcc-8 fonts-dejavu libtool python-numpy
None 12 (3.5%) packages failed to build from source: check guile-2.0# rdfind lua5.2 librsvg gnupg2 glib2.0 glibc openldap systemd python-cryptography heimdal
None None None None 1 (0.3%) packages are either in depwait state, blacklisted, not for us, or cannot be downloaded: binutils
None 293 (85.4%) packages successfully build reproducibly: acl api-sanity-checker apparmor apt asn1crypto attr audit autoconf2.64 autoconf-archive autoconf-dickey automake-1.16 autopkgtest autotools-dev bash bash-completion bc beautifulsoup4 bind9 bison blinker blt bluez boost-defaults bsdmainutils byacc bzip2 ca-certificates cairo cdbs cdebconf chardet chrpath cmake cmocka corosync cpio cracklib2# cryptsetup cscope cunit curl cyrus-sasl2 cython czmq datefudge db-defaults dbus dbus-python dctrl-tools debhelper desktop-file-utils device-tree-compiler# dh-autoreconf dh-buildinfo dh-exec dh-python dietlibc dlm dnprogs docbook2x docbook-to-man docbook-xml docbook-xsl dosfstools dpkg d-shlibs dwz e2fsprogs elfutils enum34 expat faketime fam fastjar file freebsd-glue freetype fribidi fstrm fuse gamin gawk gcc-defaults gem2deb gengetopt ghostscript gmp gnome-doc-utils gnome-pkg-tools gnu-efi googletest gperf gpm gtk+2.0 gtk+3.0 gtk-doc help2man hiredis html5lib icu-le-hb intltool iproute2 iptables java-common javatools jetring jquery json-c kernel-wedge keyutils kmod krb5 less libaio libassuan libatomic-ops libbsd libcap2 libcap-ng libcroco libdebian-installer libedit libestr libevent libfastjson libffi libgcrypt20 libgpg-error libidn libidn2 libisoburn libksba liblocale-gettext-perl liblognorm libmicrohttpd libmnl libnetfilter-conntrack libnfnetlink libnftnl libonig libpng1.6 libprelude libpsl librdkafka librelp libsdl1.2 libseccomp libselinux libsemanage libsepol libtasn1-6 libtextwrap libunistring libusb-1.0 libutempter libverto libx11 libxaw libxml2 libxpm libxslt libxt libyaml libzstd linux-atm linux-base linuxdoc-tools lmdb lsb lsof lvm2 lxml lz4 lzma m4 mawk mdocml meson mime-support mongo-c-driver mpdecimal mpi-defaults mtools mysql-defaults ncurses netbase netifaces nettle net-tools newt ninja-build nose npth nss-wrapper numactl openssh openssl openstack-pkg-tools p11-kit pam pandoc parted patchutils pcre2 pcre3 pep8 pkg-config ply po4a po-debconf policykit-1 popt postgresql-11 pps-tools procps protobuf-c pycodestyle pycparser pyflakes pygments pygobject pyjwt pylint2 pyrex pytest# pytest-runner python3-defaults python3-stdlib-extensions python-certifi python-cffi python-coverage python-cryptography-vectors python-defaults python-hypothesis python-idna python-ipaddress python-iso8601 python-mock python-pretend python-psutil python-py python-pytest-cov python-requestbuilder python-setuptools python-tornado python-tz python-urllib3 python-virtualenv pyudev pyyaml qemu quilt readline5 requests ruby-defaults ruby-ronn sanlock sbsigntool scowl sgmltools-lite shared-mime-info six slang2 socat softhsm2 sphinx sphinx-rtd-theme strip-nondeterminism symlinks tar tcl8.6 tcltk-defaults tcp-wrappers texinfo texlive-base time tzdata unbound unicode-data unittest2 util-linux valgrind vcversioner w3m wheel xapian-core xmlto xorgproto xterm xutils-dev xz-utils zip zlib

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