[Nut-upsuser] Tripp Lite OMNI1000LCD UPS (USB)

Paul Cooley pcooley.newsgroups at gmail.com
Wed Jan 10 21:50:45 CET 2007

> Local? Where is that?
Whoops, demonstrating my ignorance.  If I were more wise I would have said:
"North American Costco stores."

>You might (perhaps) be able to disable the beeper permanently with
>    upsrw -s ups.beeper.status=1

Thanks, I will try that and report back my success.


On 1/10/07, Peter Selinger <selinger at mathstat.dal.ca> wrote:
> Paul Cooley wrote:
> >
> >
> > I would just like to try and help other and indicate that I was able to
> use
> > the development trunk and get the Tripp Lite OMNI1000LCD UPS (USB)
> working
> > with the newhidups drivers on Gentoo Linux.  The one that is currently
> > available at many local Costco stores and online.
> Local? Where is that?
> > In case others need to replicate, I've attempted to document my steps
> over
> > here.
> >
> http://linuxlore.blogspot.com/2006/12/howto-set-up-nut-on-gentoo-linux-for.html
> Thanks, that could be useful also to Gentoo users installing NUT with
> different drivers.
> > Thanks for all your hard work NUT-DEVs!  Most details appear to work
> fine.
> > One thing I note is that the beeper.off (Disable the UPS beeper) doesn't
> > seem to work.  I am willing, with a little guidance, to learn and
> experiment
> > with my setup to figure out what is going on there and submit a fix.
> beeper.off will only do something if the beeper has already started to
> beep. It does not disable the beeper permanently, but only mutes it
> until the alarm would normally stop sounding. Perhaps "beeper.mute"
> would be a better name for this command, but we are keeping it for
> backward compatibility.
> You might (perhaps) be able to disable the beeper permanently with
> upsrw -s ups.beeper.status=1
> but many UPS don't support this.
> -- Peter
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