[Nut-upsuser] Mustek Powermust 600VA
Jimmy.Jazz at gmx.net
Wed Nov 21 22:43:54 UTC 2007
Arjen de Korte a écrit :
> I don't understand. You either use the 'classic' NUT or the HAL enabled
> one. You can't have both installed at the same time.
That was really what i tried to do. I admit, i didn't read the howto
very well. My mistake :)
> Then you must build NUT without HAL support and always run the 'classic'
> NUT. The HAL enabled version is mainly meant for desktop systems to
> provide a zero-configuration UPS support. If that's not what you want,
> compile NUT without HAL support.
I have deactivated the device in the fdi file. Hal won't load
Anyway, there is still a problem. A user won't be always logged in (gdm,
kdm,...). In case of a power failure his computer stops to be protected
by gnome-power-manager or any other desktop tool. Nut daemon could also
listen hal events if available and in the meantime monitor the ups. It
could be a great feature.
Thanks for your explanations :)
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