[meta-freescale] HOB unable to parse initial sabresd
George.Reimer at nuvation.com
Fri Nov 1 06:20:02 PDT 2013
I have been trying to resolve this problem for days, but with the
I create a Ubuntu 12.04 based VM from scratch, setup the repository
(both dora and Dylan behave the same ) and its dependancies ( g++ etc. )
I use hob to examine and build images, specifically the
qt-in-use-image. This works fine for a while, but then at some as yet
to be determined point, the PREFERRED_PROVIDER conflict for libgl
appears and even blowing away and rebuilding the repository completely
doesn't cure it. So far I have only been able to recover by rebuilding
the entire VM from scratch, ( or actually, getting another copy of the
one I put away before it broke, which is why I am using the VM right
now. Both my native installs on two separate machines are now broken as
What left over dependency could the repository/hob be hooking into ?
Any insights into this would be greatly appreciated.
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Sent: Wednesday, October 30, 2013 9:50 AM
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Subject: [meta-freescale] HOB unable to parse initial sabresd
I decided to test hob out this morning. I did a "repo sync" to pick up
any recent changes.
1) Start hob
2) Select imx6qsabresd
Get error message:
Trying to resolve runtime dependency libgl resulted in conflicting
PREFERRED_PROVIDER entries being found.
The providers found were:
The PREFERRED_PROVIDER entries resulting in this conflict were:
['PREFERRED_PROVIDER_virtual/libgl = gpu-viv-bin-mx6q',
'PREFERRED_PROVIDER_virtual/mesa = mesa']
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