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package set cii-census in unstable/armhf
The package set cii-census in unstable/armhf consists of:
None 37 (14.5%) packages failed to build reproducibly: musl apr-util geoip gmp xorg-server+ findutils sed vlc bzr samba scowl+ glib-networking gettext# openssl procmail sendmail sysvinit systemd grub2# gpgme1.0 rsync+ git# bash encfs binutils mingw-w64 pixman libbsd sqlite3 groff discover qemu# python2.7 console-setup+ subversion apt apr
None 11 (4.3%) packages failed to build from source: openldap mlocate vim debian-faqP glibc+ rsyslog ffmpeg keyutils+ make-dfsg# gcc-8 virt-manager
None None None None 5 (2.0%) packages are either in depwait state, blacklisted, not for us, or cannot be downloaded: linux acpi-support opencryptoki acpi linux-latest
None 203 (79.3%) packages successfully build reproducibly: acl acpid adduser analog apache2 apt-listchanges attr base-files base-passwd bash-completion bc bind9 bootp bsd-mailx bsdmainutils busybox bzip2 ca-certificates chardet clamav coolkey coreutils cpio cron cryptsetup curl cyrus-sasl2 dash debconf debian-archive-keyring debianutils dictionaries-common diffutils discover-data dkms dmidecode dnsmasq doc-debian+ dpkg e2fsprogs eject exim4 expat fail2ban fakeroot file fpconst freetype fuse gcc-defaults# gdbm geoip-database gnupg2 gnutls28 gpm grep gzip hostname ifupdown initramfs-tools insserv installation-report iptables iputils isc-dhcp# iso-codes ispell kbd klibc kmod krb5 laptop-detect less libcap2 libclass-isa-perl libdrm libedit libevent libfontenc libgc libgpg-error libgssglue libice libidn# liblocale-gettext-perl liblockfile libnfnetlink libnfsidmap libpciaccess libpipeline libpthread-stubs libselinux libsemanage libsepol libsigsegv libsm# libswitch-perl libtext-charwidth-perl+ libtext-iconv-perl libtext-wrapi18n-perl libtirpc libusb libusb-1.0 libuuid-perl libx11 libxau libxaw libxcb libxcomposite libxdamage libxdmcp libxext libxfixes libxkbfile libxml2 libxmu libxpm libxrandr libxrender libxt linux-base logrotate lsb lsof lvm2 lzma m4 man-db manpages mawk menu mercurial# mesa mime-support mod-gnutls# mpfr4 mutt nano ncurses netbase netcat netkit-ftp netkit-telnet net-tools newt nfs-utils ntp openssh openvpn os-prober p11-kit pam parted patch pcre3 perl popt procps psmisc pth python-apt# python-debian python-debianbts python-defaults python-soappy readline reportbug rpcbind rpm sensible-utils sgml-base shadow slang2 ssl-cert tar tasksel tcp-wrappers texinfo time tokyocabinet traceroute tzdata ucf unzip usbutils ustr util-linux w3m wayland wget whois x11-xkb-utils xauth xfonts-base# xfonts-encodings xfonts-utils xkeyboard-config xml-core xorg xz-utils yum zip zlib

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