[Nut-upsuser] Belkin F6C1500-TW-RK won't stay powered off

Matthew Coffin MEWCOFFI at DAL.CA
Fri Jun 8 12:57:33 UTC 2007

NUT version is 2.0.4-4

There is nothing in the system log indicating any errors during the shutdown

I tried lib/nut/belkin -k -DDD <ups_name>, but I get the following error:

Network UPS Tools - Belkin Smart protocol driver 0.21 (2.0.4)
debug level is '3'

Unable to open belkin-ups: No such file or directory

Things to try:

- Check 'port=' in ups.conf

- Check owner/permissions of all parts of path

Fatal error: unusable configuration

Even with the -u root argument this fails.  All other ups commands seem 
to work
properly, so I'm not sure why this one fails.

Quoting Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com>:

> On 6/5/07, Matthew Coffin <MEWCOFFI at dal.ca> wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I'm using nut to control a Belkin F6C1500-TW-RK ups (vendor ID 050d, 
>> product ID
>> 0751).  I'm using the belkin driver and a serial connection for 
>> communications.
>>  The host computer is running Debian.
> Which version of NUT?
>> Any suggestions as to why this is happening/how to fix it would be greatly
>> appreciated.
> Are there any system log messages from the driver indicating that
> something is not working properly during shutdown?
> Another thing you might try is to just put a dummy load (light bulbs,
> etc.) on the UPS and run the shutdown command with debugging turned
> on, e.g. "/lib/nut/belkin -k -DDD" (powering the system for the wall
> during this test).
> (Disclaimer: I don't know much about the Belkin protocol.)
> -- 
> - Charles Lepple

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