[Nut-upsuser] Correct shutdown scripts for Ubuntu or Suse

Arjen de Korte nut+users at de-korte.org
Wed Dec 20 10:12:07 CET 2006

Charles Lepple wrote:

> However, if you are installing from source, you can still use the
> startup/shutdown scripts as a guide. I forgot to mention earlier that
> you will need to link /etc/init.d/nut into the appropriate shutdown
> directory (probably /etc/rc0.d; my Ubuntu box is not on at the
> moment).

If you want to install a newer version than SuSE provides at the moment,
it is probably best to install the sources from SuSE. You can then
modify the .spec file that is provided to use a newer version. This does
require some tweaking of the patches that are used, since SuSE installs
some files in different locations or under different names.

I usually have RPM's available for the latest version of the trunk and
testing branches. I'm currently using openSUSE 10.2, but as far as I
know, the source RPM's build cleanly on other versions as well. If
you're interested, just let me know.

Best regards, Arjen

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