[Nut-upsuser] Windows Binary for 2.7.4
paul at smithp.co.uk
Wed Aug 23 22:11:58 UTC 2017
Just to throw this in the mix, Windows 10 now has some kind of built in Linux shell...not sure if it is capable of supporting NUT or not.
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> On 22 Aug 2017, at 08:15, Charles Lepple <clepple at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Aug 13, 2017, at 10:29 PM, Jeff Silberberg <jms at dapage.net> wrote:
>> Looking at the project site the latest Windows Binary is a few back - 184.108.40.206
>> Has any one built a more recent version that they can upload and update the Project site ?
>> Looking for Windows 7 / Windows 8, not running Windows 10 on any of my tool Laptops and
>> I need to check some battery packs and overall status on a series of UPS units in shelters, The build
>> 220.127.116.11 gives my grirf in a number of areas including libusb0.dll
> The windows-port branch was not merged properly with the main NUT SVN trunk (now Git master branch) during development, so it is effectively stuck at 2.6.5.x.
> There was talk of rewriting the Windows compatibility layer for later versions of NUT. Some status is scattered across the following GitHub issues.
> If your issue is mostly with USB, you might consider using an embedded Linux system as a NUT server, and running NUT 2.6.5-6 or ntUPSd on the clients.
> Also, if you know of anyone willing to help out with the NUT Windows port, that would be most useful. (The intent is to cross-compile using the MinGW compilers so that we can easily keep the Windows code in sync with the classic NUT codebase, and I realize MinGW might be a turn-off to potential developers accustomed to Visual Studio.)
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