Your message dated Thu, 3 Mar 2011 14:24:48 +0100
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has caused the Debian Bug report #580975,
regarding jack-audio-connection-kit sometimes FTBFS on some armel buildds with 
illegal instruction error
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package: jack-audio-connection kit

note: i'm not sure what severity this deserves. If it's a really a bug in the package it's probablly rc OTOH it could just be something screwy with the buildd chroots and not really be a bug in the package at all. I am therefore leaving the judgement call on severity up to the maintainer.

Attempts to build jack-audio-connection-kit on all6500-2 and muscat seem to be failing with an illegal instruction error.

Other armel buildds and my qemu armel system seem to be building it successfully (or for older versions running into 580618).

Can anyone reproduce this problem outside a buildd environment? Does anyone have any ideas as to what may be the cause?

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This bug seemed to be a temporary hiccup on some armel buildds.
According to;ver=1.9.6~dfsg.1-5;arch=armel;stamp=1296327641

the package builds correctly "now".


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