[Nut-upsuser] IBM 6000 VA LCD 4U Rack UPS

Kilian Röhner roehner at fs.tum.de
Fri Feb 15 16:22:15 UTC 2013

> On Feb 13, 2013, at 8:08 PM, Kris Jordan wrote:
>> Now try without explore, but with vendor still set and see if the driver will start normally.
> I was just looking at that code - I have a feeling that it won't match. The USB code returns POSSIBLY_SUPPORTED if the vendor ID matches a known model (but the product ID doesn't). The "explore" mode is meant to match anything, once you provide an ID to pick which device to poke.

You are right, it didn't work without explore. The driver doesn't find a

> Kilian: you mentioned Debian. Did you build NUT from source, or are you using .debs?
> Even if it's .debs, there is a way to rebuild just the driver, and temporarily install that over the one from the .deb.

I installed NUT using the debian wheezy repository. So i did not build
it myself.

What would be the advantage from rebuilding the driver?

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