> Is there another workaround or is it necessary to change package
> dependencies in the build environment?

Sorry, I don't have another trick (limited linux knowledge).... but What
about to uninstall also these dependencies?. Perhaps you can get an empty
"field" in order to  "seed" QGIS

If it's useful: I have Ubuntu 16.04 and QGIS 2.16: related libraries
installed are libspatialte7 (depends libgeos-c1v5 >=3.4.2) . I don't have
libgdalh, instead it, libgdali.

Good luck

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