Here is a log how a sync would test [1]:

It would still fail with the same issues which is sad.
So the Delta is still needed :-/

The reason Debian is snot stumbling over that is not only that the debci is not 
(yet) blocking.
In all I checked in [2] the tests skipped for:
"regression           SKIP Test requires machine-level isolation but testbed 
does not provide that"

That said not syncable right now as I hoped.
Not big enough for a merge to be important.

I also checked if still just "dropping" the patch would continue to make
it working, results in [3] - but that failed as well. It seems a full
update to how it currently executes is needed.

Checking if Debian has a bug for the Delta - there is none.
But it isn't as easy as to ask them to disable.
Since even then there are issues this needs to be handled in more detail.

Subscribing ubuntu-server but low prio for now.
1. full repro on Debian system
2. adapt patch to match there on a real execution of the dep8
3. check if it would then work on Ubuntu as well
4. submit to Debian
5. make a sync after that is accepted


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