[Nut-upsdev] RE hp r/t2200 and NUT
aquette.dev at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 14:06:37 UTC 2007
2007/6/4, Linas <linas at sapnas.net>:
> On Mon, Jun 04, 2007 at 01:05:59PM +0200, Arnaud Quette wrote:
> > yep, I forgot the device claiming which implies to have the USB
> > VendorID and ProductID.
> > please, give us these back. You can obtain these using lsusb for example.
> That's what I thought. As I wrote in my first email: 03f0:1f0a.
right, I've wrongly trimmed this part. mea culpa ;-)
> info for udev:
> Bus 001 Device 005: ID 03f0:1f0a Hewlett-Packard
> > Then, to test the support for your unit, simply use:
> > newhidups -DDD -u root -x explore -x vendorid=XXXX auto
> Everything is ok, I get the debug information.
> Checking device (03F0/1F0A) (001/005)
> - VendorID: 03f0
> - ProductID: 1f0a
> - Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
> - Product: R/T2200 INTL
> - Serial Number: ...
> - Bus: 001
> Detected a UPS: Hewlett Packard /R/T2200 INTL
> Just let me know and I will make any testing when needed :)
the 3 next steps:
- add the "explore" flag, along with the "vendorid=03f0" in your ups.conf
- relaunch nut (at least upsd and newhidups), and send us back an upsc output
- try to poweroff the UPS. WARNING, you need to put dumb load on the
UPS output, like light bulbs. Stop newhidups / upsd, then call
"newhidups -k -a hp" or "upsdrvctl shutdown" as you prefer, and tell
us back the result.
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