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Debian repository is available in Debian repository and you should be able to find out the configure parameters there. They are listed in the debian/rules file and collected in confflags variable. Latest Fedora builds openssh with flags that can be found in the Fedora dist-git. Namely the openssh.spec file is the important one.
I managed to compile my own binary with this: Download the "autoconf" source file from SQLite Download page. Unzip and extract the tar, change to source directory. Compile the source code with: ./configure --enable-readline make I am running on RedHat, so I had to run yum install readline-devel beforehand. This might be different on your machine.
This is probably because in the %files section you have something like this: %files /etc/sudoers.d/ This makes your package not only include the files in /etc/sudoers.d; but also the directory itself. You can check this using rpm -qlp <generated-rpm>. rpm does not allow different packages to provide the same file or directory. The solution is to ...
I'm seeing the same thing, that package is missing from the v3.4 tree, but exists in the "edge" version. If you look at the repository browser, you see that for armhf it doesn't exist for v3.4, only 3.3 and edge. I filed a bug for it: http://bugs.alpinelinux.org/issues/5696 If you want a quick fix, you can either downgrade to v3.3 or upgrade to edge ...
To anyone still encountering issues with VNC connections into a Mint installation, see here: https://mintguide.org/tools/140-remote-desktop-via-vnc-from-windows-to-linux-mint.html This is the only guide I have found that actually works.
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