xfce-extra/xfce4-sensors-0.10.99.3 breaks my acpi and hddtemp sensors.
They work with xfce-extra/xfce4-sensors-0.10.99.2
Steps to Reproduce:
It may be hard to reproduce due to different hardware. It is reproducible on the Kohjinsha SH series laptops.
You'll need to provide a lot more information than you have done so far. Your emerge --info is required at the very least. Some build/usage output (error messages) would be very welcome as well.
Created attachment 149917 [details, diff]
patch to re-enable refresh_acpi
For some reason the author commented out the call to 'refresh_acpi'. This patch re-enables this function and works for acpi only.
I'm not using hddtemp and therefore can't tell anything about it.
Oh, my bad. Look at bug #214527. Combine mine and Andy Crook's patch and acpi and hddtemp should work again.
will there be an ebuild with included patches? Would be very nice.
With best regards,
+*xfce4-sensors-0.10.99.3-r1 (31 May 2008)
+ 31 May 2008; Samuli Suominen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
+ Apply patches ffrom bugs 217743 and 214527, thanks to Torsten Krah, Paolo
+ Pedroni, Tim Taubert and Andy Crook. Fixes for ACPI and hddtemp.
The patch is now removed from -r2, because it breaks xfce4-sensors. It won't start anymore.
(In reply to comment #6)
> The patch is now removed from -r2, because it breaks xfce4-sensors. It won't
> start anymore.
can you please try o.10.99.5 from svn and tell me exactly what is failing and where? See ./configure --help and --enable-debug or similar to get the output. Also include your configuration, i.e. tree /proc/acpi, ls -l `which hddtemp`, and similar.
checked version from svn.
The following sensor interfaces will be built into the plugin:
Full debug is enabled
Compiled. Installed. Works!
Do you still need the acpi tree etc. ?
(In reply to comment #8)
Well, closing the bug reports would be enough ;-)