[Nut-upsdev] smart1050slt by tripp lite
chance.fulton at gmail.com
Mon Feb 1 04:03:35 UTC 2010
Thanks for the help, I should also mention I have some C++ , .Net, lots
of Scripting experience. I also have pretty good problem solving skills.
So I learned how to use automake... because I was tired of waiting for
the buildbot :) And I like to watch the make process.
I also should mention that I have OCD when something doesn't work how I
want it to work I lose sleep:) There should be no reason we can't get
this UPS working, I got 2 of them for free, so I should be able to at
least keep one of them for testing alone.
If worst comes to worst, and there is something I am unable to do, I
will hook up a box and give you root if you like.
I have the new source, and will be posting the same stuff back.
And thanks for bearing with me as well.
On Sun, 2010-01-31 at 22:39 -0500, Charles Lepple wrote:
> On Jan 31, 2010, at 9:11 PM, chance fulton wrote:
> > Sorry, I'm a noob at Linux development, do I need to uninstall
> > before I
> > make install the newer version. I was under the impression that it
> > would
> > overwrite the old binaries.
> Yup, it will.
> > My process is as follows.
> > #svn co svn://svn.debian.org/nut/trunk nut
> > #cd nut
> > #autoreconf --install
> Oh, sorry I wasn't clearer about the instructions. You mentioned
> something about being new at autoconf, and I thought you were still
> using the tarballs from Buildbot.
> I realized that we were probably going to break a few things in the
> process of getting this driver going, so I created a branch in SVN.
> The new SVN URL for this is 'svn://svn.debian.org/nut/branches/
> tripplite-proto-3004'. Both that branch and the trunk have a revision
> 2300, but the changes don't show up on the trunk (until we merge them
> back in later). This makes it easier for me to do regression testing
> on the UPS I have here (since I can compare the trunk to the branch).
> No need to blow away your checked-out copy of the trunk - just run 'cd
> nut', then 'svn switch svn://svn.debian.org/nut/branches/tripplite-
> proto-3004' (only needs to be done once; the current SVN URL is stored
> in the working copy, as shown by 'svn info').
> Then, after I check in something new, you can just run 'svn up' in
> that same directory, and it will just pull the changes (rather than
> downloading the whole thing).
> Another advantage of SVN is if you make a change to the code on your
> end, you can run 'svn diff' and send the resulting patch back.
> > #./configure --with-user=nut --with-group=nut --with-usb
> This looks correct.
> Thanks for bearing with me.
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