[Nut-upsuser] Power Walker VI 2000 LCD
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Tue Dec 21 11:39:31 UTC 2010
2010/12/20 Alexander Todorov <atodorov at otb.bg>
> there's a recent thread about this or very similar model but without much
> I have this UPS and I'm trying to use it with nut-2.4.3 and megatec_usb
> The ups id iin ups.conf is powewalker. /var/log/messages says:
> Dec 20 22:22:16 kvm-dom0 upsd: listening on 127.0.0.1 port 3493
> Dec 20 22:22:16 kvm-dom0 upsd: listening on ::1 port 3493
> Dec 20 22:22:16 kvm-dom0 upsd: Can't connect to UPS [powerwalker]
> (megatec_usb-powerwalker): No such file or directory
> Dec 20 22:22:16 kvm-dom0 upsd: Startup successful
> Dec 20 22:22:16 kvm-dom0 upsmon: Startup successful
> Dec 20 22:22:17 kvm-dom0 upsmon: Login on UPS [powerwalker at localhost]
> failed - got [ERR ACCESS-DENIED]
> Dec 20 22:22:22 kvm-dom0 upsmon: Poll UPS [powerwalker at localhost]
> failed - Driver not connected
> Dec 20 22:22:22 kvm-dom0 upsmon: Communications with UPS
> powerwalker at localhost lost
> What does (megatec_usb-powerwalker): No such file or directory mean? Which
> directory is this?
this is the communication socket between the driver and upsd (the server).
first, can you try with blazer_usb, since it's set to replace megatec.
Next, after having stopped NUT, launch the following (as root):
$ /path/to/blazer_usb -DDD -a powerwalker
let it run for ~30 seconds, and send us back the output.
also send us your ups.conf, along with the output of "lsusb"
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