[Nut-upsuser] Help, please! Driver for APC Back-UPS 390 Watts / 700 VA, 230V, AVR, IEC Sockets
Mikael Imperatori Festa
mikael at treefrogdesign.tv
Mon Dec 4 09:56:58 UTC 2017
Thank you for your advise. I tried
driver = apcupsd
port = auto
But unfortunately I get the same error message ³Failed to execute command
upsc 'ups' 2>&1': Error: Driver not connected"
As I am not very good in using OMV, maybe there is something else I should
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On 02/12/2017, 12:47, "Nut-upsuser on behalf of Roger Price"
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behalf of roger at rogerprice.org> wrote:
>On Fri, 1 Dec 2017, Mikael Imperatori Festa wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> I tried all the driver on the list for this UPS, but they don¹t work.
>>Could you help me please?
>Have you tried with apcupsd? Which protocol does apcupsd use for the
>Back-UPS 390 ?
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