[Nut-upsdev] [blazer_usb] Support for TECNOWARE ERA LCD (FGCERALCD0K85)
gigafrav at gmail.com
Sun Jan 27 19:42:22 UTC 2013
Ok, I made some very basic configuration and start/stopped two times the
NUT service, all the session was sniffed with USBLyzer :
don't esitate to ask me some more tests ;)
2013/1/26 Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com>
> On Jan 26, 2013, at 4:08 AM, flavio wrote:
> I have uninstalled Upsilon2000, installed WinNUT (with ups connected) and
> do a sniff during installation :
> tell me if it's enougth or I have to do some more specific configuration ;)
> I have never installed the Windows version of NUT, but if there isn't any
> automated configuration file creation in the installer, I'd say you would
> need to create at least an ups.conf, something like the following:
> port = auto
> driver = blazer_usb
> and start at least the driver. (Setting up the upsd side will allow you to
> see whether the stats are working as well.)
> 2013/1/24 Rob Power <robpwr at gmail.com>
>> No hints about ulz format actually.
>> Hopefully Flavio may help giving a new sniff using Windows version of
>> NUT; I would like, too, but I phisically can't.
>> 2013/1/15 Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com>
>>> On Jan 13, 2013, at 3:29 PM, Rob Power wrote:
>>> > On the other side, string langid descriptor (line 0052) seems to be
>>> empty, is that possible?
>>> This might just be the way that the HTML shows it. Does USBlyzer have
>>> any documentation on the .ulz file format? (The data from the USB SETUP
>>> phase appears to be stored before most of the transactions, but I am having
>>> a little trouble calculating where each packet starts without just looking
>>> for known USB data sequences.)
>>> I'm also thinking that it might be useful to compare flavio's full
>>> UPSilon log with a USBlyzer log from the Windows version of NUT:
>>> Even though it is based off of the same basic codebase as the Unix
>>> version of NUT (and probably won't connect to the UPS as it stands now), it
>>> will be easier to compare the two .ulz files line-by-line.
>>> I haven't used the Windows NUT port myself, but if you have any
>>> questions, feel free to post them to the list.
>>> Charles Lepple
>>> clepple at gmail
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