[Nut-upsuser] [Bug 209001] [NEW] Nut no longer functions with belkin usb avr
aquette.dev at gmail.com
Fri Apr 4 12:56:09 UTC 2008
2008/4/3, Alexander I. Gordeev <lasaine at lvk.cs.msu.su>:
> On Thu, 03 Apr 2008 10:59:34 +0400, Arjen de Korte <nut+users at de-korte.org>
> > > so there are chances that this has been backported in Testing /
> > > 2.2.2-pre1 (released today).
> > >
> > No, it hasn't been backported as far as I can see, so this is something
> > that needs to be done for nut-2.2.2-pre2. Since we have active maintainers
> > for this driver, I didn't do this myself.
> > > Can you (the bug reporters) grab this, call configure as per the
> > > packaging/debian/rules, make and test from the build dir?
> > >
> > That probably won't help (yet).
> > Best regards, Arjen
> We currently have a real mess with a 3 kinds of "adiler" subdriver
> behaving differently (old agiler not currently in the trunk, agiler
> and phoenix). I'm not really sure at the moment that phoenix subdriver
> works exactly the same as an old agiler one.
> AFAIK there is actually no active maintainer for all these subdrivers.
> Personally I am maintaining common parts of megatec_usb and the krauler
> subdriver. I don't want to touch "agiler" subdrivers at all because
> (a) I don't have an appropriate UPS
> (b) I don't know of a developer willing to contribute which has and whom
> I can send patches to (except for Carlos but he was completely
> satisfied with serial interface as far as I remember :) )
> (c) I don't have time and will to develop without the real hardware only
> by sending patches to testers.
> Maybe I'll overcome the first reason some time :)
> IMHO we should resurrect the old agiler subdriver and ask some people
> with these UPSes to test all the 3 subdrivers. Then we'll know which
> subdriver supports which UPS. And then freeze them until they get a
> I'm really busy at the moment with my university degree work and my job
> so I just don't have time for this.
thanks for these info, and good luck for your degree.
I just saw that Carlos has taken over, so there is no problem.
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