failed to build ngramcount

Hi , I’m still trying to get Rhasspy running on respeaker-coreV2 - Debian9 (stretch).
I updated the local sources from git on 06th. Jan 2020 (Ver 2.4.16) with:

git pull origin master

expanded the swapspace to 4G
start the build-from-source with:

sudo ./

the build of the “OpenFSTf-lib” builds with a lot of warnings
the build of the “opengrm” build fails with:

libtool: link: g++ -I/home/respeaker/rhasspy/.venv/include -std=c++11 -o .libs/ngraminfo ngraminfo_main.o -L/usr/local/lib/fst -lfstfar -lfst -lm -ldl -L/ho$
/bin/bash …/…/libtool --tag=CXX --mode=link g++ -I/home/respeaker/rhasspy/.venv/include -std=c++11 -L/usr/local/lib/fst -lfstfar -lfst -lm -ldl -L/home$
libtool: link: g++ -I/home/respeaker/rhasspy/.venv/include -std=c++11 -o .libs/ngrammake ngrammake_main.o -L/usr/local/lib/fst -lfstfar -lfst -lm -ldl -L/ho$
Makefile:481: recipe for target ‘ngramcount’ failed
Makefile:489: recipe for target ‘ngrammake’ failed
mv -f .deps/ngramsplit_main.Tpo .deps/ngramsplit_main.Po
mv -f .deps/ngramapply_main.Tpo .deps/ngramapply_main.Po

I’ve made a log from the output of but there is no previous err logged.

Can you upload the log somewhere for me to see? There has to be some hint as to what went wrong :crossed_fingers:

Were there GLIBC problems with the pre-compiled binaries? I would’ve expected them to work, since they’re compiled for armv7l.

sorry for my late reply but here is a download-link to buildlog

and yes, there were problems with the pre-compiled binaries (as i mentioned before in git) the linked glibc 2.27 can not be installed - - is not found in the official debian-glibc-pool