[Nut-upsuser] grep ID /etc/os-release
wolfy at nobugconsulting.ro
Thu Nov 19 16:48:18 GMT 2020
On 11/19/20 4:09 PM, Roger Price wrote:
> I would like to build a list of the user names and configuration file
> locations for the most common distributions which include NUT. So far
> I have:
> Distrib User Config directory
> debian nut /etc/nut/
> opensuse upsd /etc/ups/
> These will be used to produce more user-friendly tools and
> documentation for NUT. If you use some other distribution, could you
> 1. How does the distribution identify itself?
> Suggestion: command grep ID /etc/os-release
> 2. Which non-root user is used to run the upsd and upsmon daemons?
> Suggestion: command ps -ef | grep upsd | grep -v -E "grep|cupsd"
> 3. Where does the distribution place the NUT configuration files?
> Suggestion 1: command locate upsd.conf | grep -E "^/etc" | grep -v
> Suggestion 2: command ls -d /etc/*/* | grep "upsd.conf" | grep -v
> I am particularly interested in Fedora, CentOS, Ubuntu, Mint, Arch and
> My thanks for any help you can provide. Roger
raspbian, centos & redhat linux : config sits in /etc/ups, the daemons
run as user nut
More information about the Nut-upsuser