[Nut-upsuser] Tripplite UPS (SU10KRT3/1X) through snmp-ups (nut 2.6.5)
ishikylsa at gmail.com
Mon Feb 17 06:16:07 UTC 2014
> You shouldn't need to run autoreconf when building from a .tar.gz file.
> What if you re-extract it, and just run "./configure && make"?
Ok, I re-extracted and ran "./configure && make" and I guess it built
make: Leaving directory `/distr/ups/nut/nut-126.96.36.199/server'
Making all in tests
make: Entering directory `/distr/ups/nut/nut-188.8.131.52/tests'
make: Nothing to be done for `all'.
make: Leaving directory `/distr/ups/nut/nut-184.108.40.206/tests'
make: Entering directory `/distr/ups/nut/nut-220.127.116.11'
make: Nothing to be done for `all-am'.
make: Leaving directory `/distr/ups/nut/nut-18.104.22.168'
Also, config.log file says "configure: exit 0".
I am sorry for my few knowledge on compiling and building processes, since
I used to install them from rpm packages.
If it built successfully, should I install it now? I read installation
instructions at online documentation
It says, that after configuring and building, it is installed by the
Is that right? I ran this command but it doesn't seem to have installed it,
maybe because of the previous installation, that I should uninstall first?
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