[Nut-upsdev] smart1050slt by tripp lite

chance fulton chance.fulton at gmail.com
Mon Feb 1 00:07:21 UTC 2010

The tee command is not working on my system, so I have been copying the
output out of my terminal session. I also cannot redirect it with > or
>>, as the output does not end up in the file.

If I let it run a long time, I won't be able to copy it to the

Any Ideas??

On Sun, 2010-01-31 at 18:58 -0500, Charles Lepple wrote:
> On Jan 31, 2010, at 5:22 PM, chance fulton wrote:
> > Is this easier to do over a serial cable, or is USB just as good?
> These devices look a lot like a USB-to-serial converter, but our  
> serial Tripp Lite drivers are much older, and not much easier to get  
> working.
> I have another tarball coming up:
> http://buildbot.ghz.cc/public/nut/waterfall?branch=branches%2Ftripplite-proto-3004&builder=Debian-etch-x86&reload=none
> This one has a few more debug messages. I'm seeing some  
> inconsistencies in the output.
> Odd that it reported 0x02 for the voltage type - '2' is the code for  
> 220V in the other versions of the protocol. Or maybe we're looking at  
> the wrong place for the line voltage.
> Look for r2300 - the previous one had a typo (r2299).
> If you have some time to let it run for a bit, that would be good.  
> Also, if there's another load you can plug in, let me know how many  
> seconds in you changed the load.
> Also, the status messages don't clearly indicate when the power was  
> cut. I wonder if the power has to be out for longer before it  
> registers an outage on the UPS.
> - Charles

More information about the Nut-upsdev mailing list