[Nut-upsuser] debian etch and the Tripplite SU1000RTXL2U

Arnaud Quette aquette.dev at gmail.com
Fri Nov 23 12:58:56 UTC 2007

Hi Al,

I'm currently not much available, so I've fwded your mail to the nut list...
You might get more reactivity this way...

2007/11/20, Al Grimstad <al at grimstad.mv.com>:
> Hi. I don't have the energy or time to subscribe to one of the nut
> mailing lists, but this brief FYI may be useful.
> I believe there has been a regression with respect to nut and the
> Tripplite SU1000RTXL2U. I can't get recent versions of nut to work with
> this UPS, either the debian etch package--the host is running debian
> etch--or a locally compiled version of the latest stable version of nut
> (2.2.0).
> I have used this UPS since late in 2003 with nut version 1.4.1, locally
> built on a slackware system. When I compiled a local version of 1.4.3 on
> my new debian etch system, I was able to get nut to work with the ups,
> so it looks like a regression to me.
> The problem is in the tripplitesu driver. Somewhere after 1.4.3 it
> becomes apparently incapable of recognizing a Tripplite SU1000RTXL2U.
> By the way, I don't think I made an error in the permissions or
> configuration files in the debian etch standard nut package. I had an
> APC ups working happily with the system before I installed it and upon
> installation, I made one change to ups.conf, the driver changing from
> apcsmart to tripplitesu. -- al

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