I've installed multimedia/kodi to my RPi - it requires raspberrypi-userland.
I want to install print/hplip and it requires mesa-libs.
But it's impossible:
- mesa-libs-17.3.1 conflicts with raspberrypi-userland-20161026 on /usr/local/include/EGL/egl.h
What about this report?
(In reply to Zsolt Udvari from comment #1)
Sorry for the late reply.
Nothing much I can do, pkg still lacks the "provides/requires" feature...
USES=gl can probably follow USES=jpeg example by providing a way to override graphics/mesa-libs dependency.
Created attachment 205725 [details]
New prefix to raspberrypi_userland
This conflict is preventing the use of hardware accelerated support in an X environment. Xine, vlc, gstreamer, mpv, ... Like it or not, the Raspberry Pi family of computers are one of the most popular arm machines today. The new opengl driver can be useful in the future with a more powerful hardware, but for now, this is the better option (and the only one in BSD?) for playing HD video, and through gstreamer, playing videos on a web browser with an acceptable quality. Vlc has a new driver that integrates perfectly the player with the X environment. I'm attaching patches for raspberrypi-userland and for omxplayer to use LOCALBASE/share/vc as the prefix of the userland, adding -I with this path to omxplayer and adding a message to advise the user to change LD_LIBRARY_PATH. If this is accepted, I'll correct the other ports that can use raspberrypi-userland.