After reasing carefully, I noticed the following in the log you posted: > Relevant part: > > make: Entering directory `/build/user-ttf-century-catalogue_001.001-2-amd64-4d52b9/ttf-century-catalogue-001.001' > > chmod u+x debian/scripts/convertfonts.sh > > chmod u+x debian/scripts/ConvertFont.ff > > debian/scripts/convertfonts.sh > > ./Century-Catalogue.sfd > > Copyright (c) 2000-2009 by George Williams. > > Executable based on sources from 23:48 GMT 23-Sep-2009. > > Library based on sources from 17:32 GMT 14-Sep-2009. > > The requested file, CentuyCataaloggue.sfd, does not exist ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ > > Open: Failed to open: .././/./Century-Catalogue.sfd > > Called from... > > /build/user-ttf-century-catalogue_001.001-2-amd64-4d52b9/ttf-century-catalogue-001.001/debian/scripts/ConvertFont.ff: line 10 > > make: *** [override_dh_install] Error 1 As I'm fairly sure, you didn't retype the error messge yourself, I find it really weird. The filename appears to be entirely messed up. No idea whether that could be related with the FTBFS, mais that's weird enough for asking.
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