[Nut-upsuser] Nut problems with Centos and Belkin UPS

Richard Chapman rchapman at aardvark.com.au
Tue Nov 27 08:36:50 UTC 2007

Hi Tomas

Thanks for the offer of the fixed udev rules. Please do send - with any 
instructions I might need to install it. I'll let you know how it goes. 
It appears that my email address is published on this thread anyway.

BTW: You may have followed this thread from when I was trying to get it 
going on the serial port - and that wasn't working either. Out of 
interest - I checked the permissions on the serial port ttys0 - and they 
did appear to be set as you said the USB port should. I assume that 
means the serial port problem I had was something different. I probably 
should try launching the serial driver (BelkinUnv) in debug mode to see 
if I can find out what the problem is there. If I find anything - I will 
also let you know.

Best regards and many thanks.


Tomáš Smetana wrote:
> On Tue, 27 Nov 2007 16:01:26 +0900
> Richard Chapman <rchapman at aardvark.com.au> wrote:
>> Hi Tomas and Arjen
>> Thanks for your very expert assistance....
>> We are definitely getting close to solving this. Maybe there is a 
>> packaging problem - or maybe there is a problem somewhere else in my
>> system.
>> If I track down the ups usb port - and change the permissions of the 
>> /dev/bus/usb/xxx/yyy  as suggested by Tomas - everything works fine -
>> as far as I can tell so far at least.
> I have a fixed udev rules file (I can send it to you off-list) that
> should fix the problem.  Unfortunately I don't have a RHEL-5 system
> with usb UPS anywhere around, so it may take some time for me to test
> it.  After I do so I'll push an updated package to EPEL.
> As for the removal of nut from RHEL: I don't know anything else about
> the decision than you do.
> Regards.

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