CURRENT breaks build of x11/nvidia-driver: pkg-static: nvidia-driver-343.22 conflicts with libEGL-10.3.2

Dave freebsd01 at dgmm.net
Tue Nov 11 13:20:53 UTC 2014


On Monday 10 November 2014 06:04:29 Mikhail Tsatsenko wrote:
> 2014-11-10 3:05 GMT+03:00 Manfred Antar <null at pozo.com>:
> > At 02:13 PM 11/9/2014, Henry Hu wrote:
> >>On Sun, Nov 9, 2014 at 5:09 PM, Jerry <jerry at seibercom.net> wrote:
> >>> On Mon, 10 Nov 2014 00:23:14 +0400, Mikhail Tsatsenko stated:
> >>> >2014-11-07 23:26 GMT+03:00 O. Hartmann <ohartman at web.de>:
> >>> >> Out of the blue the build of port x11/nvidia-driver fails -
> >>> >> portmaster
> >>> 
> >>> is
> >>> 
> >>> >> that sloppy that it can not check BEFORE it kills the existent driver
> >>> 
> >>> and
> >>> 
> >>> >> fails to install after the deletion!
> >>> >> 
> >>> >> The src tree is at Revision: 274250 and with Revision r274177 the
> >>> >> build
> >>> >> works. The failure is:
> >>> >> 
> >>> >> ===>   Registering installation for nvidia-driver-343.22
> >>> >> pkg-static: nvidia-driver-343.22 conflicts with libEGL-10.3.2
> >>> >> (installs
> >>> >> files into the same place).  Problematic file:
> >>> >> /usr/local/lib/libEGL.so
> >>> 
> >>> To
> >>> 
> >>> >> use these drivers, make sure that you have loaded the NVidia kernel
> >>> >> module, by doing
> >>> >> 
> >>> >> [...]
> >>> >> 
> >>> >> Please can someone fix this? I have three boxes now without graphics
> >>> >> due
> >>> >> to this.
> >>> >> 
> >>> >> Regards,
> >>> >> 
> >>> >> Oliver
> >>> >
> >>> >I had exactly the same problem with latest nvidia-driver port.
> >>> >For now I deinstalled both libglesv2 and libEGL with pkg delete -f
> >>> >after that I was able to install nvidia-driver.
> >>> 
> >>> I had that problem too this morning. If no one has submitted a PR
> >>> against
> >>> this, I will tomorrow.
> >>> 
> >>> BTW, when you uninstalled libglesv2 and libEGL, did you suffer any
> >>> adverse
> >>> effects? I am not sure exactly what they are required for; but then
> >>> again,
> >>> I
> >>> did not investigate all the thoroughly. It is a Sunday, my birthday, and
> >>> I
> >>> have far more important things to do than figure out why a port is
> >>> bombing
> >>> out.
> >>
> >>At least libEGL is required by x11/kde4-workspace.
> >>I think that they need to be handled similarly as libGL, which is also
> >>installed by both libGL and nvidia-drivers.
> >>
> > Same problem here. Would have to uninstall libglesv2 and libEGL. But then
> > KDE would not work. Without KDE I don't really need the nvidia driver.
> > just have a console terminal :)
> I am running KDE with nvidia-driver and without libglesv2 and libEGL.
> KDE works fine.
> So I guess nvidia-driver comes with its own libglesv2 and libEGL

I removed both libglesv2 and libEGL and upgraded nvidia-driver.  I then 
deleted and rebuilt kde4-workspace and all is working again.

As part of this I also switched from linux-base-f10 to linux-c6 which may have 
some bearing on it.



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