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Debian 9 Stretch Builds Failing

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I tried compiling Debian 9 Full OS Image with Desktop using BRANCH=next and default kernel configs for 

* NanoPi K1

* Rock64

* OrangePi Plus 2E

And all failed at the end:

 

Errors were encountered while processing

 /tmp/apt-dpkg-install-LTKPXl/621-numix-icon-theme_0.3+922~201711061547~ubuntu16.04.1_all.deb

E: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)

[ error ] ERROR in function create_rootfs_cache [ debootstrap-ng.sh:213 ]

[ error ] Installation of Armbian packages failed

[ o.k. ] Process terminated

[ error ] ERROR in function unmount_on_exit [ image-helpers.sh:59 ]

[ error ] debootstrap-ng was interrupted

 

I am using the 18.04 minimal image in a virtual box. It worked a month ago. It works today for Ubuntu Full OS image with Desktop and BRANCH=next.

 

Thanks.

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same error.

 

I did:

rm -fr cache/rootfs

./compile.sh CLEAN_LEVEL=make,images,alldebs,cache,sources,extras BRANCH=next

 

and got the same error

 

Thanks

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Deboostrap failing at icon-theme(s) hunts me for a long time. I thought I found/fix the problem, but it looks like it was yet another random "fix". :angry: Now searching for another workaround ... at Bionic we have also gnome-icon-theme failing, which is stock desktop dependencies ...

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Hi Igor. 

Yes. That builds now. At least for K1. I will try on other boards tonight. I compiled, burned to uSD and booted on board. Basic stuff seems to work so far.

Thanks

 

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