[Nut-upsuser] ownership of pid directory
mav at wastegate.net
Thu Dec 28 17:37:17 CET 2006
David Benfell wrote:
> Hello all,
> Some time ago, you all were very helpful in getting nut running on an OpenBSD
> system, using--for what it's worth--a CyberPower 1500AVR.
> So I finally got my FreeBSD system's UPS, also a CyberPower 1500AVR, within
> reach of its serial cable and I'm trying to get nut running here. I'm going
> Basically, I copied the OpenBSD configuration over to the FreeBSD system and
> tried to put everything in the right place. It looked like the FreeBSD port
> wants to run as user uucp rather than nutmon, so I changed ups.conf and
> upsmon.conf accordingly and tried changing the ownership of everything to
> upsdrvctl still complains that it "Can't chdir to /var/db/nut: Permission denied"
> The directory exists and is owned by both user and group uucp. What does it
I not sure which driver you are using, but the generic driver is the
only one that works _well_.
driver = genericups
port = /dev/cuad0
upstype = 7
desc = "Hive UPS"
The cpsups driver has some flow control issues... my cyberpower 1200AVR
is kinda dumb.
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