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package set maint_debian-boot in unstable/armhf
The package set maint_debian-boot in unstable/armhf consists of:
None 3 (3.1%) packages failed to build reproducibly: installation-guide discover console-setup
None 2 (2.1%) packages failed to build from source: debian-installer debian-installer-netboot-images
None None None None 16 (16.7%) packages are either in depwait state, blacklisted, not for us, or cannot be downloaded: partman-zfs quik-installer elilo-installer partman-prep partman-newworld arcboot-installer s390-zfcp lilo-installer s390-sysconfig-writer partman-ufs s390-netdevice s390-dasd prep-installer yaboot-installer zipl-installer win32-loader
None 75 (78.1%) packages successfully build reproducibly: anna apt-setup base-installer bterm-unifont busybox cdebconf cdebconf-entropy cdebconf-terminal cdrom-checker cdrom-detect cdrom-retriever choose-mirror clock-setup debian-installer-utils debootstrap dh-di di-netboot-assistant discover-data efi-reader finish-install flash-kernel grub-installer hw-detect installation-report iso-scan kbd-chooser kernel-wedge kickseed libdebian-installer live-installer localechooser lowmem lvmcfg main-menu mdcfg media-retriever mklibs mountmedia netcfg net-retriever network-console nobootloader oldsys-preseed os-prober partconf partman-auto partman-auto-crypto partman-auto-lvm partman-auto-raid partman-base partman-basicfilesystems partman-basicmethods partman-btrfs partman-crypto partman-efi partman-ext3 partman-iscsi partman-jfs partman-lvm partman-md partman-multipath partman-nbd partman-partitioning partman-target partman-xfs pkgsel preseed rescue rootskel rootskel-gtk tasksel tzsetup udpkg usb-discover user-setup

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