Well, I already created the schroot environment following your kind

However... 'make' failed again!!! cppunittest again...

My hope is that maybe I didn't interpret correctly the changes that you
made on the sal/Module_sal.mk file (for this test I'm not using git, but
the xz sources downloaded). Could you please paste here the actual contents
of that file?

El mié., 14 ago. 2019 a las 14:44, Michael Weghorn (<m.wegh...@posteo.de>)

> On 14/08/2019 19.21, dreamn...@gmail.com wrote:
> > Would be possible to download your generated deb files from some
> > file-sharing service?
> If necessary, I'll probably find a way to upload them somewhere next
> week. (I'll be away for the next days.) However, that won't help in the
> long run, so I'll think it'd be better if you can get your build setup
> working.
> >
> > I'm still struggling with compilation issues.
> > 1) After the bad experience with Debian 10, I downloaded Debian 9.9 in
> > the hope that would make a better compilation choice, but, alas, Debian
> > 9 includes a version of gcc already unsupported by LibreOffice, it
> > requires at least gcc 7. As far as I could found, upgrading gcc on
> > Debian 9 is an ugly chore, so I went back to installing Debian 10...
> > 2) But, this time, instead of choosing LXQT, I chose LXDE and used
> > LXTerminal. Now it compiled until the make error without a single hang.
> > I don't know if LXQT of tis default terminal were the culprits of the
> > frequent crashes, or something else, but at least I reached the make
> > error on Debian 10.
> >
> > I paste the error produced in Debian 10. It seems to be still cpunittest
> > related.
> >
> > Would be wise to apply your diff here, or it is not related since I'm
> > not running a chroot environment but a VM?
> The diff wouldn't help, since the tests that fail for you are unrelated
> to the ones I temporarily disabled.
> Maybe you want to try setting up an i386 chroot on an amd64 host as
> well? That might work better than using a i386 virtual machine (e.g.
> with regard to memory limitations) and I guess this should also work
> just fine on a host running Escuelas Linux.
> The steps I took to set up the chroot for use with schroot were roughly:
> Create chroot:
>     sudo debootstrap --arch=i386 buster /some/path/to/chroot/buster-i386
> Create entry in /etc/schroot/schroot.conf:
>     [buster-i386]
>     description=Debian buster (stable) 32-bit
>     directory=/some/path/to/chroot/buster-i386
>     users=<your_username>
>     root-users=<your_username>
>     personality=linux32
> After that, you can change into the chroot using
>     schroot -c buster-i386
> or (to work as root):
>     schroot -c buster-i386 -u root
> and then set up the build dependencies, clone LibreOffice and build from
> there as usual.
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