Mel Flynn writes:
> -PP will fail if for some reason the package is not available on the
> It is better to use -P when crossing major releases, so that any restricted
> packages that are unavailable on the buildservers are built from source.
> I suspect this is the root of the problem, though they look to be available:
I resorted to reinstalling everything, using -Pk instead of -PP this
time. This apparently helped fix this problem.
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