[Nut-upsuser] "Communications lost" temporarily at every startup
fkamogee at yahoo.com
Fri Aug 3 21:49:41 UTC 2007
--- Arjen de Korte <nut+users at de-korte.org> wrote:
> Paul Mogren wrote:
> > I did not have any success with adding a delay
> > startup of driver and server.
> Did you add a *really* long delay, like 60-120
> seconds or so?
Yes, it didn't make any difference. But, upon reading
this, I thought I'd go back and try putting the delay
between startup of server and monitor, and that does
suppress the notification. Ten seconds works for me.
Everything else seems to still be in order; I cut the
power to the UPS and the computer shut down.
Unrelated: I noticed some problematic behavior with
2.0 if I disconnect and reconnect the UPS from the
computer, but I'll try and see if 2.2 fixes that. If
not, I'll start a new thread.
> > Yes, I am using openSUSE 10.2. Thanks for the RPM
> > offer. I'll take you up on it; you can send it to
> > email address if you like, or send me a link,
> > works. Latest stable version would be good.
> A link is in the mail. I do not have unlimited
> bandwidth available on
> that server, so I would appreciate it if you kept
> the link for yourself.
Got it, thanks again.
> > This leaves me wondering why, since you are a NUT
> > maintainer and you already have the ability to
> build a
> > SUSE RPM, that facility is not included among the
> > packaging options in the NUT source tarball, and
> > link for SUSE RPM's on the NUT homepage is broken.
> Even if it had not been broken, the RPM's that were
> available through
> that link were hopelessly outdated (something like
> nut-1.2.1 if I
> remember correctly). Someone from SuSE used to
> frequent the development
> forum regularly and kept fairly recent RPM's
> available through the SuSE
> services for development versions. However, I
> haven't seen him lately on
> the mailinglist anymore and he does not respond to
> e-mails either.
> > That way, people in my situation could get updates
> > the future. It would probably also speed official
> > adoption of the new version by SUSE maintainers.
> > you aware of the SUSE build service?
> Yes, but never took the time to familiarize myself
> with it. The demand
> for newer SuSE RPMs has been quite limited.
> Best regards, Arjen
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