[Nut-upsuser] Powerware 5110

Jon Gough jon.gough at eclipsesystems.com.au
Sun Feb 4 22:29:34 CET 2007

    Just a quick note that I could not use 025_nut-usbups.rules as it 
came too early in the process. Mine is called 52_nut-usbups so that 
it comes after
50-udev.rules  and  51-hotplug.rules


At 23:40 4/02/2007, Charles Lepple wrote:
>On 2/4/07, Steve Simeonidis <steves at awebd.com.au> wrote:
>>Thanks Charles/Kjell,
>>I installed from the RPMS. If I use -u root seems to find the UPS. 
>>How do I make it work?
>Check and see if the RPM has a hotplug-ng directory somewhere, or if
>it has a file named something like 'nut-usbups.rules'. That should go
>init /etc/udev/rules.d (probaby should be named
>If it wasn't included in the RPM, you can grab the source file here:


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