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Mon Dec 10 15:09:35 EST 2012

Nut and CyberPower 900AVR

In /etc/nut/ups.conf I have:

[900avr]
        driver = cyberpower
        port = /dev/ttyUPS
        desc = "CyberPower 900AVR"


How to install on debian?  There is nut, nut-server, nut-client,
nut-hal-drivers...  What shall it be?


apt-get install nut


Setting up nut-client (2.6.4-2.1) ...
nut-client disabled, please adjust the configuration to your needs.
Then set MODE to a suitable value in /etc/nut/nut.conf to enable it.
Setting up nut-server (2.6.4-2.1) ...
nut-server disabled, please adjust the configuration to your needs.
Then set MODE to a suitable value in /etc/nut/nut.conf to enable it.

Trouble seems to be here:

zoo:/etc/nut# zoo:/etc/nut# upsdrvctl start
Network UPS Tools - UPS driver controller 2.6.4
Can't start /lib/nut/cyberpower: No such file or directory


Ok, I don't see where I got the "driver = cyberpower" from, but after
visiting the website[1] I found a working configuration:

[900avr]
        driver = genericups
        upstype = 7
        port = /dev/ttyUPS
        desc = "Generic UPS"


But then... all docs I find online ar outdated.  Looks like this is
fairly complicated, and the Default in debian doesn't work
out-of-the-box.

nut so easy..

Let's see what happens when I pull the plug.  Nothing in syslog.  Yeah
this requires a manual reading session..

[1] http://www.networkupstools.org/stable-hcl.html



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