[Nut-upsuser] 2 HID UPS'en, but only one at a time
aquette.dev at gmail.com
Tue Mar 20 12:35:48 CET 2007
thanks to Arjen for his answer...
2007/3/20, Tom Laermans <tom.laermans at luciad.com>:
> On Tue, 2007-03-20 at 09:30 +0100, Arjen de Korte wrote:
> > > # dpkg -l nut*|grep ^ii
> > > ii nut 2.0.4-3 The core system of the nut - Network UPS Tools
> > > ii nut-usb 2.0.4-4 USB Drivers subsystem for the nut - Network UP
> > Before anything else, upgrade to nut-2.0.5 (or the development version
> > from the SVN trunk). There have been several important changes to the
> > newhidups driver since nut-2.0.4 came out, so the problem may have been
> > solved already.
> Arjen, great - this solved the problem indeed.
> I couldn't find nut 2.0.5 backports to etch, so here they are:
> http://magic.powersource.cx/~tom/nut-2.0.5-etch/ (based on sid's current
imo, 2.0.5 was't needed here, though it's preferable to be up to date...
you could have used these too (part of the MGE repositories for PSP)
ex for Etch / Sid (/etc/apt/source.list format):
deb http://opensource.mgeups.com/beta/debian/unstable binary/
> For the webmaster: http://www.networkupstools.org/packages.html the link
> to Debian "backport to stable" is way way way outdated :-) (and the
> "testing" link as well).
part of the many low priority things on my TODO list ;)
since I'm thinking of making some nut repositories, following the
creation and adoption of a NUT Packaging Standard, I'll address this
more cleanly at that time.
For the moment, I've simply commented out the ref.
thanks for your report,
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