[Pkg-running-devel] antpm not built on amd64

Philipp Kern pkern at debian.org
Mon Mar 31 14:04:58 UTC 2014

Hi kristof,

On 2014-03-27 10:04, kristof.ralovich at gmail.com wrote:
> according to https://buildd.debian.org/status/package.php?p=antpm [1]
> our package antpm was not built or the amd64 architecture: "No entry
> in amd64 database, check Packages-arch-specific".
>  - Could you please explain to me what this means?
> - Why is it not build for amd64?
> - How may we fix it?

this is not a P-a-s problem. The problem is this:

merge-v3 2014 Mar 31 13:21:57 antpm_1.16-1 (sparc, sid): skipped because 
binaries (assumed to be) overwritten (garmin-ant-downloader, 1.16-1 vs. 

pkern at franck ~ % dak ls garmin-ant-downloader
W: Archive maintenance is in progress; database inconsistencies are 
garmin-ant-downloader |        1.16-1 |   unstable | all
garmin-ant-downloader |  0:20110626-1 |     stable | source, amd64, 
armel, armhf, i386, ia64, mips, mipsel, powerpc, s390, s390x, sparc
garmin-ant-downloader |  0:20110626-1 |    testing | source, amd64, 
armel, armhf, i386, mips, mipsel, powerpc, s390x, sparc
garmin-ant-downloader |  0:20110626-1 |   unstable | source, amd64, 
armel, armhf, i386, mips, mipsel, powerpc, s390x, sparc

You build garmin-ant-downloader from antpm now, as an arch:all package 
with a version number lower than what's currently as arch:any in the 
archive. The binary package in question needs to have a version that's 
higher than 0:20110626-1, so it possibly needs to be epoch'ed. Then the 
old source package and binary builds need to be removed from unstable 
(using a bug report against ftp.debian.org).

After that's done wb should pick it up. The other non-linux 
architectures picked it up because garmin-ant-downloader was not 
previously built for them.

Kind regards
Philipp Kern

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