[Nut-upsdev] CyberPower DX600E in error
aurelien at ap2c.org
Mon Dec 28 17:41:48 UTC 2009
I recently bought a UPS Cyber Power DX600E ad I'm trying to manage it
through Nut under FreeBSD. Unfortunately, usbhid-ups returns an error
when I do:
[root at berkelium /usr/local/etc/nut]# /usr/local/libexec/nut/usbhid-ups
-u root -DD -a onduleur
Network UPS Tools - Generic HID driver 0.34 (2.4.1)
USB communication driver 0.31
debug level is '2'
Checking device (0764/0501) (/dev/usb//dev/ugen1.2)
- VendorID: 0764
- ProductID: 0501
- Manufacturer: unknown
- Product: unknown
- Serial Number: unknown
- Bus: /dev/usb
Trying to match device
Unable to get HID descriptor (Unknown error)
HID descriptor length 376
Unable to get Report descriptor: Input/output error
Do you hae any suggestions?
Thank you in advance,
Le 8 oct. 09 à 23:19, Arnaud Quette a écrit :
> Hey Gabor
> You are probably right. However dummy-ups is "your child" :-)
> so I would not rewrite it without long and detailed negotiation.
> excellent ;-)
> no, seriously, every single bit of code I've thrown away under GPL
> was in the intent to be improved, reused... whatever is usefull as
> soon as it participate to this whole big Cathedral construction
> (ESR ;-)
> But at this time neither of us have enough time to do this.
> I needed an extra quick solution.
> Let's regard Powercut as a proof of concept. Please feel free
> to build its best features into dummy-ups.
> Personally I wait for "meta mode" impatiently. :-)
> in order to accelerate things (ie reach that point of my TODO
> stack), you'll have to take over the simulation side (and some
> others things maybe ;)
> there is no hurry on this point, and we all have bigger fishes to fry.
> tell me back when you're ready to work on it, and we'll start
> discussing (not negotiating btw)...
> Linux / Unix Expert R&D - Eaton - http://www.eaton.com/mgeops
> Network UPS Tools (NUT) Project Leader - http://www.networkupstools.org/
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