[Nut-upsuser] ups-server grumpy after updating to Fedora 37

Sam Varshavchik mrsam at courier-mta.com
Mon Nov 21 12:29:01 GMT 2022

After updating to Fedora 37 ups-server started having a bad hair day, spewing  

Nov 21 07:03:28 monster.email-scan.com nut-server[1735]: Can't connect to  
UPS [nutdev1] (usbhid-ups-nutdev1): No such file or directory

over and over again.

My ups.conf is nothing special:

	driver = "usbhid-ups"
	port = "auto"
	vendorid = "0764"
	productid = "0501"
        pollinterval = 10
        override.battery.charge.low = 25

nut-scanner obediently produces all the details:

	driver = "usbhid-ups"
	port = "auto"
	vendorid = "0764"
	productid = "0501"
	product = "CP1500PFCLCD"
	serial = "000000000000"
	vendor = "CPS"
	bus = "006"

May or may not be related: there's a widget on the desktop's XFCE panel,  
that shows the UPS's status as normal, so something, somewhere, is  
communicating with the UPS.

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