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Old 31st August 2022
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Default Has any one got mpv working...

It says that mpv is a command line video player, (I've used it on Linux), but when I tried installing it on my console/command line installation, it is missing lots of 'necessary' programs that pkg_add can't find.....seems funny that it can't find the necessary packages, yet mpv is in the repositories.
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Which version of OpenBSD are you using?

It's probably better to post actual commands & output rather than vague descriptions.
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My guess is bsd-keith is running -current, and that there is a library mismatch between his base system and snapshot packages.
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I installed 7.1, & am using pkg_add from the command line - it worked out of the box, which surprised me, as I've always had to add the PACKAGE_PATH before.
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This is what I get.

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quirks-5.5 signed on 2022-08-27T17:16:07Z
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
Direct dependencies for cairo-1.17.6 resolve to lzo2-2.10p2 png-1.6.37 glib2-2.70.5
Full dependency tree is sqlite3-3.38.3 libffi-3.3p1 lzo2-2.10p2 png-1.6.37 python-3.9.13 gettext-runtime-0.21p1 xz-5.2.5p1 pcre-8.44 libiconv-1.16p0 bzip2-1.0.8p0 glib2-2.70.5
Direct dependencies for libbluray-1.3.1 resolve to libudfread-1.1.2 libxml-2.9.13p1 libiconv-1.16p0
Full dependency tree is libiconv-1.16p0 libxml-2.9.13p1 xz-5.2.5p1 libudfread-1.1.2
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
| not found anywhere
Direct dependencies for sdl2-2.0.20 resolve to libsamplerate-0.2.2p0
Full dependency tree is libsamplerate-0.2.2p0
| not found anywhere
Direct dependencies for libplacebo-4.192.1 resolve to lcms2-2.12
Full dependency tree is xz-5.2.5p1 jpeg-2.1.3v0 lcms2-2.12 lz4-1.9.3p0 tiff-4.4.0p1 zstd-1.5.2
Couldn't install cairo-1.17.6 ffmpeg-4.4.1p3v1 harfbuzz-4.2.0 libass-0.15.2 libbluray-1.3.1 libplacebo-4.192.1 mpv-0.34.1p0 sdl2-2.0.20
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I installed 7.1
So are you still running -release or have you moved to -stable?

That "not found anywhere" message is mentioned in the FAQ:
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The packing information bundled in the package includes information about shared libraries that the package expects to be installed. If one of the required libraries can't be found, the package is not installed because it would not function anyway.

There are several things to check:
  • Your system may be incomplete: you did not install one of the file sets that contains the required library.
  • Your system (or packages) may be outdated: you have an older version of the required library. Make sure that both the base system and any installed packages are up to date.
  • If you're running -current, base and package snapshots may be slightly out of sync. Wait for the mirrors to catch up and try again.
https://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq15.html#PkgInstall

The last item doesn't apply here but you can try
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# sysmerge
# pkg_add -u
I presume you selected all of the sets when installing?
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Presumably 'release' as this is the official installation disk - no I didn't install everything, which would defeat my purpose, I only installed the base sets & man pages - no comp, no game, no x*.

Tried sysmerge & pkg_add -u, still no joy, (even tried using pkg_add to install the missing programs, without any joy) - I guess that these players won't work on a console based OpenBSD system at all, even though they are console players.

Looks like I'll just have to forgo video playing.

Thanks for trying to point me in the right direction though.
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Looks like mpv needs X:

https://github.com/openbsd/ports/blo...v/Makefile#L23

There is no fbdev API in OpenBSD so I don't think it would be able to play videos in the console anyway.
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