[Nut-upsuser] communications lost/established

ricman ricman at neomedia.it
Tue Mar 16 20:27:35 UTC 2010

Scrive Arjen de Korte <nut+users at de-korte.org>:

> Citeren ricman <ricman at neomedia.it>:
> > here are a couple of logs: log 1 and 2 are pretty similar and command
> stopped
> > after a couple of seconds saying "No supported UPS detected"; log 3  
> > went on for about 30 seconds and i stopped it using control+c
> Your UPS can't make up its little mind what it should report when we  
> ask it for the Product string. Initially it reports nothing (unknown)  
> and later it reports "068A". This fools the logic that attempts to  
> detect the UPS again when the connection needs to be re-established.  
> There us really not much we can do about that and it also speaks  
> volumes for the robustness of the USB implementation of your UPS.
> > my ups has a serial port but not my pc (it is on the motherboard...  
> > i should buy a connector... maybe i do)
> Since the USB connection is unreliable, a USB to serial converter  
> might be a better solution here. Hopefully the serial connection of  
> the device is a little more stable than the crappy USB interface.
> Best regards, Arjen
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the connector to the motherboard is really really hard to be found so i bought a
pci card with 2 serial ports. i think that before next week i can have time to
install it on my pc and do some tests. thanx for all patience ;)
i'll tell you what's new using serial port

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