I'm trying to package an updated version of ethereum-cpp. You can find
my package at
I've come to a point where it finally builds successfully (yay!).
Unfortunately tests are failing with illegal instruction (SIGILL) errors.
I've managed to run them under gdb, but even with debugging symbols
installed it doesn't show any specific location in code.
I'm not experienced with assembly so I have no idea what is responsible
for the problem and where to look for solutions.
Thanks for any help.
I am maintainer of Elinks web browser. I consider dropping it from Factory
and in a second time from network/elinks because :
* it has not received real updates from upstream for more than one year and
a half 
* I could not get in touch with any of the upstream developers
* the project web page states that the last release is a pre release done in
* its bug tracking system is down  as well the mailing list 
If anyone has really good reasons why I should not drop it or is interested
in taking over maintainership, let me know, otherwise I will wait until
the weekend and make a drop request.
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