Where can I get libjpeg? - problem with mozjpeg
Bernard T. Higonnet
bthcom at higonnet.net
Mon Mar 15 20:38:49 UTC 2021
No, I'm afraid that graphics/libjpeg-turbo is the same as libjpeg-turbo
and pkg upgrade jpeg-turbo had no effect. As expected pkg check -B tells
me all the packages missing libjpeg.
I am a bit puzzled that pkg says all my packages are up to date, and yet
they're missing libjpeg...? I naïvely thought that installing a package
installs any dependencies?
On 3/14/21 8:32 AM, Kevin Oberman wrote:
> On Sat, Mar 13, 2021 at 11:17 PM Bernard T. Higonnet
> <bthcom at higonnet.net <mailto:bthcom at higonnet.net>> wrote:
> I am running 12.2-RELEASE-p3 GENERIC amd64, my applications are all
> installed using pkg.
> Many applications will not start because I am missing libjpeg.so.8.
> I am
> able to find libjpeg.turbo but installing either (or both) of
> jpeg-turbo-2 and libjpeg-turbo-2 do not help.
> One bizarre particularity of my system is that if I do
> pkg install mozjpeg
> it comes back and tells me it will delete just about every package I
> have installed and will not attempt to re-install them:
> Number of packages to be removed: 207
> Number of packages to be installed: 1
> Number of packages to be reinstalled: 1
> Any help appreciated.
> Bernard Higonnet
> I believe you want "pkg install graphics/jpeg-turbo". Do not put the
> "-2" onto it. If you already have a version of jpeg-turbo installed,
> "pkg upgrade jpeg-turbo". I am baffled as to why mozturbo wants to
> delete 207 ports, but deleting a port that you want to replace is done
> with the -f switch. It's best to make sure all libraries are available
> with "pkg check -B" and "pkg check -d" to confirm that all required
> libraries and dependencies are present.
> Kevin Oberman, Part time kid herder and retired Network Engineer
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