Please kindly add ABI_X86 to sys-apps/lm_sensors as it is needed for some packages in a multilib system.
Any update on this?
Now in tree:
> commit 9ba6c0d353dd2ad3936fe35095588648b472f188
> Author: Thomas Deutschmann
> Date: Fri Sep 16 14:36:11 2016 +0200
> sys-apps/lm_sensors: Version bump to snapshot release from 2016-07-25; Package now uses module-load service
> - Based on latest unreleased changes (snapshot release from 2016-07-25;
> updated/added detection for Fintek F81768, Nuvoton NCT6793D, Microchip
> MCP9808 and Mark F71868A chips; various fixes for sensors-detect, see
> https://git.io/v6Wig for all changes)
> - sensors-detect now writes to "/etc/modules-load.d/lm_sensors.conf" and
> uses a config file protection mechanism like known from emerge (i.e.
> after making changes you have to call tools such as dispatch-conf,
> cfg-update or etc-update to merge the changes;
> new "--no-gentoo-config-protect" parameter will disable config file
> - Due to previous change lm_service service no longer loads modules. You
> have to use mechanism your init system provides to do that (i.e. make
> sure your init system's modules-load service is enabled).
> - Ebuild is now multilib compatible (see bug 529684)
> - Runscripts no longer passes config file as argument. While this removes
> the possibility to use different configurations per default services it
> allows you to use "/etc/sensors.d" (see bug 490502 and bug 307249)
> - Runscripts improved in general. I.e. if you start fancontrol service
> without a valid config (so that fancontrol doesn't start and exit with
> an error) you will now know at least, that the service didn't start.
> Now you will also have reliable status functions to know service state.
> Gentoo-Bug: https://bugs.gentoo.org/592916
> Gentoo-Bug: https://bugs.gentoo.org/529684
> Gentoo-Bug: https://bugs.gentoo.org/490502
> Gentoo-Bug: https://bugs.gentoo.org/307249
> Package-Manager: portage-2.3.0