Re: compiling a Debian package
John Hasler <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> lee writes:
>> is it a bug that should be reported when a source package doesn't
>> And how come that there is a binary package though it cannot be
> It compiled on the developer's machine and on the buildds. Most likely
> one or more of the dependencies is not sufficiently strict.
> I assume you mean "cd dvbcut-0.5.4+svn178". The build fails here as
> well. File a FTBS bug.
Thank you for trying! Yes, I have the same version here. I've sent a
bug report, see http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=691682
Do you have packages from dmo installed? It seems as if that may cause
Since I only wanted to see if compiling it with "-march=native" makes a
difference, it doesn't really matter. If I could compile cinelerra or
had an alternative for that, I could remove the dmo packages again ...
Debian testing iad96 brokenarch