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package set build-essential in unstable/i386
The package set build-essential in unstable/i386 consists of 64 packages:
None 5 (7.8%) packages failed to build reproducibly: readline perl gmp binutils+ openssl
None 8 (12.5%) packages failed to build from source: libzstd db5.3 libsigsegv base-files xz-utils libnsl pam linux
None None None None 1 (1.6%) packages are either in depwait state, blacklisted, not for us, or cannot be downloaded: gcc-10
None 50 (78.1%) packages successfully build reproducibly: acl attr audit base-passwd bash# build-essential bzip2 cdebconf coreutils dash debconf debianutils diffutils dpkg# e2fsprogs elogind findutils gawk gcc-defaults gdbm+ glibc grep gzip hostname init-system-helpers isl keyutils krb5 libcap2 libcap-ng libnss-nis libnss-nisplus libselinux libtirpc libxcrypt lsb make-dfsg mpclib3 mpfr4 ncurses patch pcre2 pcre3 sed shadow systemd sysvinit tar util-linux zlib

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