On Mon, Jul 18, 2011 at 01:55:49PM +0200, Heiko Stübner wrote: > Am Samstag, 16. Juli 2011, 22:13:25 schrieb Julian Andres Klode: > > * Package name : tegra-linux > > Version : 12.0~alpha1 > > Upstream Author : NVIDIA Corporation > > * URL : http://developer.nvidia.com/tegra/ > > * License : NVIDIA Software License (non-free) > > Description : Binary-only X11 and EGL drivers for NVIDIA Tegra > > chipset > > > > Description: NVIDIA Tegra binary Xorg driver > > This package provides the driver for the graphical unit of > > NVIDIA's Tegra chipset. > very cool :-). I had the same thought and started talking to Andreas Beckmann > about having some sort of glx-alternatives equivalent for the three OpenGL ES > libraries that would need to be diverted . Great. The problem here being that you actually have libegl1, libgles1, and libgles2 to divert. But all libraries depend on each other, so I currently have one package for them: Package: tegra-libraries Provides: libegl1-tegra, libgles1-tegra, libgles2-tegra In the mean-time, while you're discussing, should I upload a package that simply diverts the library (It's almost finished now)? On a side note, I'm currently building a kernel for the AC100 based on the 2.6.38-5 package, and standard configuration files. -- Julian Andres Klode - Debian Developer, Ubuntu Member See http://wiki.debian.org/JulianAndresKlode and http://jak-linux.org/.
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