[pkg-wine-party] Bug#879453: wine32: Unmet dependencies in Stretch

Jens Reyer jre.winesim at gmail.com
Sat Oct 21 22:14:21 UTC 2017

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Hi Omar,

in order to work on this we need to know the name of the broken packages.

So first upgrade your package sources and then install wine32 from a
terminal, e.g.:

  sudo apt update && sudo apt install wine32

and check its output.  Then you should try to go down the dependency
chain to find the real culprit ("apt install libfoo:i386", then "apt
install libbar:i386" and so on until you don't get any further).  Paste
the full terminal output of the last command when you don't get any further.

Thus having said, since you are the first to report this I think/hope
there is no bug.  Either you have some packages on hold manually or from
some 3rd party repository (note that they must have identical versions
on amd64 and i386), or maybe there was some security/stable update which
hasn't been built on all architectures yet.  So my bet is, wait some
time, apt update, and see it working.

Please let us know about your progress.


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