[Nut-upsdev] [nut-commits] svn commit r1249 - in trunk: . data

Arnaud Quette aquette.dev at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 15:28:51 UTC 2008

2008/1/28, Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com>:
> On Jan 28, 2008 7:47 AM, Arnaud Quette <aquette at alioth.debian.org> wrote:
> > + * driver.list: add compatibility information for
> [...]
> > +   - Oneac XAU models
> Here's an excerpt from my conversation with Jacob Schmier on the Oneac
> model numbers:

thanks. I was emptying my @mgeups stack, and flushing some retained
patches, before the final switch (give back this laptop and abandon
Lotus Notes), and wasn't able to find where this entries came from.

> "The model numbers you listed (ON700, ON1000, ON1500, ON2000) comprise the
> Universal-Mount ON Series family (circa 2005).  Each model number actually
> has two corresponding serial numbers (i.e. ON700 => ON700XAU & ON700XIU).
> The serial numbers with an 'A' are 60Hz, and those with an 'I' are 50/60Hz
> according to
> http://www.oneac.com/download/files/917183C3%20Universal%20Mount%20UP.pdf.
> ...
> All of these UPS models use the Oneac "advanced interface" to communicate
> with the oneac NUT driver.  Given that each model number can have several
> serial numbers, it would probably make more sense to list only the model
> number in the driver.list file and not the actual serial number.  I'm not
> sure how this is usually handled."
> So we should probably either have both the *XAU and *XIU variants in
> drivers.list to catch all variants that people might search for (and
> maybe include the un-suffixed variant as well), or just leave the
> un-suffixed model numbers in the list (as it was before this commit).

can I let you update the driver.list file (both Testing and trunk)?

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