[Nut-upsuser] Perhaps a Complicated Question

FredericBohe at Eaton.com FredericBohe at Eaton.com
Mon Aug 27 06:55:52 UTC 2012


Indeed I have not compiled CGI for Windows as it was considered a bit outdated. But your request may change our mind, I will have to discuss this with Arnaud (NUT project leader), but he is on holiday currently.

Anyway, there is not specific instructions for building NUT on Windows. You just need a working MingGW/MSYS environnement, then execute "./autogen.sh", "./configure", "make" and maybe "make install" just like for other Unix.
The hard part for Windows build is getting the dependencies you need which sometimes requires to build them which might requires to get other dependencies and so on.


Eaton Opensource Team - http://opensource.eaton.com



From: nut-upsuser-bounces+fredericbohe=eaton.com at lists.alioth.debian.org [nut-upsuser-bounces+fredericbohe=eaton.com at lists.alioth.debian.org] on behalf of Lee Thompson [thompsonl at logh.net]
Sent: Friday, August 24, 2012 9:41 PM
To: nut-upsuser at lists.alioth.debian.org
Subject: [Nut-upsuser] Perhaps a Complicated Question

My network at home/home office is primarily a Windows environment.
However, I have 3 ReadyNAS Ultra machines which use NUT for UPS

The ReadyNAS devices are running a slightly modified Debian
( with NUT 2.0.5.

What I would like to do is add some sort of web-based UPS monitoring on
my intranet web server (IIS 7.5 on 2008 R2), however nut-cgi appears to
be missing from the Windows distribution.

It appears that I need to compile my own copy of NUT on windows with
nut-cgi enabled but I am unsure how to do this as there don't appear to
be any Windows build instructions.

Lee Thompson
thompsonl at logh.net

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