[pkg-wine-party] Bug#845171: wine-development: FTBFS: ld aborts or segfaults

Jens Reyer jre.winesim at gmail.com
Tue Nov 22 00:46:13 UTC 2016

On 21.11.2016 22:07, Michael Gilbert wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 20, 2016 at 9:16 PM, Jens Reyer wrote:
>> wine-development 1.9.22-1 (in stretch) built successfully on all
>> architectures when it was uploaded to unstable, but fails to
>> build in a stretch environment on i386 now (amd64 is still fine).
>> Exactly the same for 1.9.23-1 on i386 in a sid environment:
> Hi Jens,
> 1.9.23-1 built for me ok in a sid i386 chroot.  Can you clarify the
> setup where it fails?  Did you mean kfreebsd-i386?

Hi Mike

first off, it just built fine on debomatic-i386:

And if I understood you correctly it also built fine for you *today*?

So it seems i386 is a local problem, for whatever reasons. If the
upcoming 1.9.24 will still build on the official buildd and noone else
can reproduce this, I'd say the i386 issue may be ignored (especially
for the stretch release). I'll update the bug metadata then.

But of course I need to figure this out here anyway.

I built with git-buildpackage for i386 (not kfreebsd-i386), on my usual
amd64 stretch/sid machine.

The failures began while using my old chroot (minimal base-sid-i386.cow
with only wine build-deps installed). But I now created a new one and
deleted the ccache. It still fails with the same error message when I do

$ DIST=sid ARCH=i386 git pbuilder create
$ DIST=sid ARCH=amd64 git pbuilder update --override-config
$ gbp buildpackage -B \
    --git-pbuilder \
    --git-arch=i386 \
    --git-dist=sid \

Similarly 1.9.22-1 failed with a fresh minimal base-stretch-i386.cow,
and ccache deleted.

Both 1.9.22-1 and 1.9.23-1 built fine here with gbp in the past, but
fail now (with an updated chroot).

> A recent change to binutils adds -Wl,--enable-new-dtags by default.
> That may be the cause of the problem on arm.

Unfortunately no, see the buildlogs at

1.9.23-1 failed to build on Nov 13 (armel), and Nov 14 (armhf).
The binutils change "ld: enable new dtags by default for linux/gnu
targets.  Closes: #835859." was only uploaded on Nov 17.

1.9.23-1 failed with binutils_2.27.51.20161108-1 (armel and armhf)
1.9.22-1 built  with binutils_2.27-9+b1 (armel and armhf)

> The i386 and arm failures are probably different issues.

Ok, I'll try to look into the arm problem separately then. If I don't
find a solution soon, I'll file a separate bug for that.

btw, debomatic-...debian.net works like a charm for testing this.


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