[Nut-upsuser] Git - do I have the right repository?

Tim Dawson tadawson at tpcsvc.com
Sat Mar 1 05:19:14 UTC 2014

Sorry for the multiple posts . . . .

Took another look, and whadda you know . . . not sure what I had done, 
but had moved the git pull to a more sane name than just "nut", so my 
repull earlier was not what I looked at.

I pulled yet again, and get this:

Network UPS Tools - BCMXCP UPS driver 0.28 (2.7.1-signed-62-gf46e78b)
RS-232 communication subdriver 0.20

So again, I appear to have wasted your time . . . and I thought that I 
had triple checked this time prior to posting!  Not exactly certain 
when/how the old pull got there . . . I think on my main server the pull 
was new, and maybe I had an old one on my dev box, and mixed and matched 
. . . .

- Tim

On 02/28/2014 07:57 PM, Charles Lepple wrote:
> On Feb 28, 2014, at 7:49 PM, Tim Dawson wrote:
>> I just noted that I got my outputs reversed in my posting - the git version is the .26, with 2.7.1 being .28, which still seems odd . . .
> The "-3857M" suffix on the "0.26 (2.6.5-3857M)" version was generated from SVN. Is it possible that the driver is left over from another package?

Tim Dawson (tadawson at tpcsvc.com)                    Owner/Engineer
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